from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to remove wrinkles from
- v. to stop being wrinkly
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To reduce from a wrinkled state; to smooth.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To reduce from a wrinkled state; smooth.
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Arthur'd say the color of the cells that cause blue, the dark blue at sunset — petting my hair like it was a rabbit that may bite, and I'd confess I liked the way he looked on a bike while smoothing over his jeans to unwrinkle them, but really they weren't wrinkled.
One ep of Buffy to unwrinkle my brain, then sleep.
And nosebots, if you watch you may just unwrinkle your noses and learn something too.
Olive Oil Ice Cream with Lemon: Most people wrinkled their noses at me when I told them I made olive oil ice cream, and if your nose is currently wrinkled, unwrinkle it!
You can use your dryer to unwrinkle clean, dry clothes from, say, a suitcase or drawer by tumbling them on reduced heat for five to ten minutes.
Using the automatic dryer … What goes in the dryer … Load size, temperature, moisture sensing, cycle choices, avoiding overdrying, sorting for drying, operating the dryer … Using the dryer to unwrinkle … Line drying … How to hang things on the line … Hanging dry on hangers or hanging racks … Drying flat
To freshen and unwrinkle wool garments, hang them in a steamy bathroom or use a steaming device.
I soon determined that the holes were caused by the creases of permanent, natural wrinkles in those places, wrinkles that did not unwrinkle even in laundering.
Suppose the ad goes on to say that you can use Downy Wrinkle Release, a P&G product, to unwrinkle your clothes left on the floor in your haste to get into bed.
Family members are less apt to toss hardly worn and used items in the bin if they know they have to wash, dry, and unwrinkle them themselves.