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- adj. Having wrinkles.
- n. An old person.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of wrinkles; having a tendency to be wrinkled; corrugated; puckered.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Somewhat wrinkled; having a tendency to be wrinkled; puckered; creased.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. marked by wrinkles
The kooning (aka wrinkly dogs) suffers from some discoloration on one of the rubber toacaps, doesn't take away from them imho as they look best scruffed up ..
Remember that – the comedy, featuring debauched "crones", by which I mean characters definitely over 40, exhibiting the kind of wrinkly, female repulsiveness that shouldn't be allowed on to the nation's screens?
The one on the left had a kind of wrinkly base that adapted itself well to this shape, and the one on the right had more of a conical tip that we cut off to make a flat base.
Usually the buds are smooth and luscious, not kind of wrinkly like this.
Prof Bateson said inbreeding in pure breeds, breeding dogs for specific looks or extreme characteristics such as wrinkly skin and negligent management of "puppy farms" were all major welfare issues for dogs.
Genes codes for traits that are expressed in individual organisms, such as wrinkly and smooth seeds.
They are incredibly wrinkly when born (as puppies are kind of wrinkly anyway) and they tend to loose most of their body wrinkles as they mature.
Submitter's not a doctor, but I'm going to guess "wrinkly"
My very favourite panel comes near the end, a shot of the mother in the shower; yes, she's old, "wrinkly," as she says, but the look on her face, even possibly in tears, is one of strength and determination, and also enjoying the heat of the shower.
The top photos show the Suzuki kind of wrinkly, lol.