wrinkly

[ring-klee]
adjective, wrinklier, wrinkliest.
having wrinkles or tending to wrinkle; creased; puckery: a wrinkly material.

Origin:
1565–75; wrinkle + -y1

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wrinkle1 (ˈrɪŋkəl)
 
n
1.  a slight ridge in the smoothness of a surface, such as a crease in the skin as a result of age
 
vb
2.  to make or become wrinkled, as by crumpling, creasing, or puckering
 
[C15: back formation from wrinkled, from Old English gewrinclod, past participle of wrinclian to wind around; related to Swedish vrinka to sprain, Lithuanian reñgti to twist. See wrench]
 
'wrinkleless1
 
adj
 
'wrinkly1
 
adj

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Example sentences
My plasma may command a higher price, unless old wrinkly flesh is the new rage.
She stood over her new calf, its wrinkly skin bunched around its neck and knees, resembling oversize gray pajamas.
It also cuts down on creases but makes some items into wrinkly messes.
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