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wrinkly

Syllabification: wrin·kly
Pronunciation: /ˈriNGk(ə)lē
 
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Definition of wrinkly in English:

adjective (wrinklier, wrinkliest)

Having many lines or folds: he’s old and wrinkly
More example sentences
  • My face had little wrinkly lines on it from how much I had cried the night before.
  • In any case, the dog should be kept as clean as possible, particularly in wrinkly areas, to help prevent irritations in the skin folds.
  • Last I remember of it, it had several torn and wrinkly pages and the cover was folded and worn out.

Words that rhyme with wrinkly

crinkly, tinkly, twinkly

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