A bunch of wrinkly old men trying to relive their youth and make a load of money.
They merely have to grin and bear it for less than a decade—kiss some wrinkly ass, smile pretty, and pose for pictures.
You've got a beard, and your forehead is all criss-cross and wrinkly, and your chin rough.
Mr. Benjamin has a wrinkly smile, and Mrs. Benjamin is so understanding.
The stiff, wrinkly oil-painting must be hard and cold to cry into.
And they had such romantic, crinkly, wrinkly, leathery faces.
Home, and children that need you, and depend on you to keep them alive, and turn to you with their wrinkly little smiles.
He thrust out his long arm and snatched his wrinkly vest from a chair.
His coat was smooth and glossy, not rough and wrinkly like Old Rattlers, and his upraised head was small and pretty—for a snake.
Something wiggily, and black and yellow and red-spotted with wrinkly legs and a long snaky neck and head.
[origin of first sense unknown; perhaps fr the same semantic impulse as twist in a similar sense, referring to a quick shift in course; perhaps a reference to a lack of plain simplicity in dress or decoration, and the prevalence of stylish pleats, folds, etc, since the earliest form is without all wrinkles; second sense fr the notion of ironing the wrinkles out of something]