from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That crinkles.
- adj. Having crinkles; wrinkly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having crinkles; wavy; wrinkly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of crinkles; wrinkly; crimpy; like a crinkle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. uneven by virtue of having wrinkles or waves
Sorry, no etymologies found.
They would know that one does not bring food items or mints wrapped in crinkly paper to the theatre, then spend several minutes opening them during quiet moments in the proceedings.
Of course, she stepped on it, it made the dreaded 'crinkly' noise and she jerked -- her head catching in the loop of the bag.
Of course, she stepped on it, it made the dreaded 'crinkly' noise and she jerked-- her head catching in the loop of the bag.
This February I finally caved in and got rid of a black crushed-velvet bolero trimmed with some kind of crinkly metallic stuff that I had owned since 1969 or 1970.
Her hair, brown and warm in shadow, sparkled, where it caught the light, in a kind of crinkly iridescence, like threads of glass.
It will be made from yellow bricks and sharp-angled sheets of glass with a "crinkly" facade.
One last note is that this streamer seemed a bit more "crinkly" than the other plain streamers I bought.
One letter, on crinkly tissue paper, showed that as late as the Japanese – Russian War he had been caught running coal into Port Arthur and been taken to the prize court at Sasebo, where his steamer was confiscated and he remained a prisoner until the end of the war.
Prohibited from visiting physically, Ms. della Dora has had to travel to "the immutable cone of Athos" on the crinkly backs of maps, etchings and photographs, and through the masculine accounts of poets, theologians, botanists, bibliophiles, art historians and escaped World War II POWs.
Scandinavian architecture is all the rage these days, from Lower Manhattan, where the Oslo firm Snøhetta is finishing a much-anticipated structure on the site of the former World Trade Center, to Shenzhen, China, where the Copenhagen studio BIG is designing a crinkly textured skyscraper.