Peter could divine by the crinkle of his nerves the very loci of the girl as she passed down the thoroughfare.
In one breed the wool is apt to wither and crinkle like hay on a sun-beaten hillside.
The ashes of Mr. Foster's note seemed to crinkle into a sour grin where they lay on the black-leaded floor of the fire-grate.
We crease the petals with them, and crinkle and vein and curl the outer edges.
A storm might sweep it flat, or if neglected too long, it might "crinkle."
All at once the crinkle of a chill ran across the Chevalier's shoulders.
According to the evening paper, The flesh on the body began to crinkle and blister.
She made it crinkle in her fingers within a foot of the old gentleman's face.
Cherry leaves are often covered with a grayish powder which in severe cases causes them to curl and crinkle and sometimes to drop.
crinkle the edges of the crust; have the crust extend above the edge of the pan to make a deep shell for the filling.