Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of wrinkle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The slight wrinkling is way more appetizing than the PhotoShopped version in which Michael's skin has the color and texture of a rancid canned ham.

    Photographer insists Bret Michaels's unreal abs are, umm, real

  • They cut wood and pick periwinkles - a snail-harvesting practice known as "wrinkling" - off the rocky ocean ledges.

    Sun Journal top news

  • They cut wood and pick periwinkles - a snail-harvesting practice known as "wrinkling" - off the rocky ocean ledges.

    The Seattle Times

  • They cut wood and pick periwinkles - a snail-harvesting practice known as "wrinkling" - off the rocky ocean ledges.

    Home

  • They surfaced together, and Pu’ukani could see the pain wrinkling her lips.

    Pu’ukani’s Song « A Fly in Amber

  • I see you looking my way with that obnoxiously curious expression wrinkling your eyes.

    neon sign

  • He was gazing into his tea, a haunted expression wrinkling the corners of his eyes.

    Angelmass

  • But this wrinkling, which is so characteristic of our own laughter, is more plainly seen in some other monkeys.

    The expression of the emotions in man and animals

  • The table was small, but stout, and all the furniture of the room substantial, made of fine wood, and carved just enough to give the notion of wrinkling pleasantry.

    Madame Delphine

  • The table was small, but stout, and all the furniture of the room substantial, made of fine wood, and carved just enough to give the notion of wrinkling pleasantry.

    Old Creole Days

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