Noun(1) a slight depression or fold in the smoothness of a surface(2) a minor difficulty(3) a clever method of doing something (especially something new and different
Verb(1) gather or contract into wrinkles or folds; pucker(2) make wrinkles or creases on a smooth surface; make a pressed, folded or wrinkled line in; `crisp' is archaic(3) make wrinkled or creased(4) become wrinkled or crumpled or creased
(1) It was most likely a rumpling of that portion of his suit jacket, or a wrinkle in the fabric.(2) Years may wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul.(3) ├ö├ç├┐Lips can line and wrinkle easily if not looked after properly and this can make your face look older,├ö├ç├û said Lisa Sharratt of balm-makers Lypsyl.(4) It stands to reason that the occasional melodic wrinkle that pops up here should be fairly well ironed out by their next effort, which I'll be looking forward to.(5) The theory of punctuated equilibrium will come to be seen in proportion, as an interesting but minor wrinkle on the surface of Neo-Darwinian theory.(6) Hallie laid the dress she picked out for the festivities on the bed, careful not to wrinkle the fabric.(7) Free radical damage can also wrinkle your skin and weaken your heart.(8) Indeed, each patient seems to add a new wrinkle to an age-old problem.(9) Maria tried to pack their new clothes as carefully as possible into her traveling bag, trying hard not to wrinkle the delicate fabrics.(10) Look at it through Mr Woods' eyes, however, and it becomes clear that all we have suffered is a minor wrinkle in our otherwise impeccable existence.(11) Since then we've corresponded quite a bit, met in person, and now I'm helping co-produce his film and he's helping me iron out the wrinkles in my script.(12) When she was out of the room her mother laid down her sponge and sighed, her hands aching and the soap wrinkling her skin.(13) His executive assistant Robyn Cheung sniffed at the black currant muffin in her hand and wrinkled her nose.(14) We always felt once we had ironed out the wrinkles we could develop our game.(15) Her curly dark brown hair, fell softly into her eyes and you could see the slight wrinkles forming around her mouth from the daily stress of running a single parent household.(16) The revamped standard of officiating and new rule wrinkles enhanced the postseason action, giving fans the most entertaining run for the Cup in over a decade.
1. crease ::
2. difficulty ::
3. seam ::
4. crease ::
5. purse ::
6. rumple ::
7. ruckle ::
Different Formswrinkle, wrinkled, wrinkles, wrinkling
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