creasy

[kree-see]
adjective, creasier, creasiest.
full of creases.

Origin:
1855–60; crease1 + -y1

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crease1 (kriːs)
 
n
1.  a line or mark produced by folding, pressing, or wrinkling
2.  a wrinkle or furrow, esp on the face
3.  cricket bowling crease popping crease See also return crease any three lines near each wicket marking positions for the bowler or batsman
4.  ice hockey the small rectangular area in front of each goal cage
5.  lacrosse Also called: goal crease the circular area surrounding the goal
 
vb
6.  to make or become wrinkled or furrowed
7.  (tr) to graze with a bullet, causing superficial injury
8.  slang (often foll by up) to be or cause to be greatly amused
 
[C15: from earlier crēst; probably related to Old French cresté wrinkled]
 
'creaseless1
 
adj
 
'creaser1
 
n
 
'creasy1
 
adj

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And there are things more balefully creasy than the wedgy two-door into which the same drivetrain has been shoehorned.
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