wrinkles, 3rd person singular present; wrinkled, past tense; wrinkled, past participle; wrinkling, present participle;
Make or cause lines or folds in (something, esp. fabric or the skin)
Dotty's wrinkled stockings
Grimace and cause wrinkles on (a part of the face)
he sniffed and wrinkled his nose
Form or become marked with lines or folds
her brow wrinkled
marked by wrinkles; "tired travelers in wrinkled clothes"
unironed: (of linens or clothes) not ironed; "a pile of unironed laundry"; "wore unironed jeans"
(Wrinkles (radio series)) Wrinkles was a radio comedy series produced and broadcast in the United Kingdom by BBC Radio 4 for two series of six episodes each in 1980 and 1981. ...
(Wrinkling) A wrinkle is a fold, ridge or crease in the skin. Skin wrinkles typically appear as a result of aging processes such as glycation or, temporarily, as the result of prolonged (more than a few minutes) immersion in water. ...
Uneven, with many furrows and prominent points, often in reference to the skin or hide of animals
(Wrinkles) The unevenly dried surface of printed inks.
(wrinkles) Creases in paper occurring during printing. In inks, the uneven surface formed during drying.
(Wrinkles) n.: Something other people have. You have character lines... and one to tell your boss...
(WRINKLES) In painting, a wrinkled or gathered film, usually relating to the type of materials or the manner of application; in carpeting, ridges and folds.
(Wrinkles) (2006) - pre-production
(Wrinkles) A long indentation in the skin which develops due to ageing or tiredness.
(Wrinkles) A ridge on the skin caused by age, fatigue, or other reasons.
(Wrinkles) Creases in paper that are caused by uneven moisture absorption.
(Wrinkles) Due to decreased amounts and alteration of dermal collagen. Brought on by age and sun damage.
(Wrinkles) Neck and shoulder creases appear as elongated furrows. Wrinkles naturally occur in a hide as a result of the neck stretching and contracting. Skin located on the neck of a steer is full and loose. This enables the steer to have the flexibility it needs to move its head while grazing. ...
(Wrinkles) Ribbed or wavy indentations in the inner bend angle of a bend of a pipe, tube or beam.
(Wrinkles) Ripples that occur on the inner radius of a pipe when the pipe is cold bent.
(Wrinkles) When the body replaces old skin cells, if there is a deficiency of MSM, the new cells are stiff and contribute to wrinkling. MSM supplementation helps the body replace bad cells with good, healthy, elastic cells. In time, wrinkles go away. ...
(Wrinkles) With aging, the skin becomes thinner. Oil-producing glands become less active, and skin becomes drier (which is why moisturizing is one of the best things one can do). ...
(Wrinkles) a normal modifier which makes a surface appear like it had been wadded up and then stretched back out again. Either that, or left out in the sun too long. (Language Reference) (Exploration Tool)
(Wrinkles) the straight lines of stitching on a toe, usually located behind the toe flower.
(Wrinkles) unwanted lines, creases and folds in the skin caused by skin aging and damage
(wrinkles) facial lines caused by ageing and effects of facial muscles
(WRINKLING) Development of ridges and furrows in a paint film when the paint dries.
(Wrinkling) A term used to describe the surface finish of a dried paint film having the appearance of a wrinkled and aged skin. This is the result of excessive thickness of coating so that the surface dries, forming a skin, while the coating remains wet beneath.