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Crinkle  v. t.  (past & past part. crinkled; pres. part. crinkling)  To form with short turns, bends, or wrinkles; to mold into inequalities or sinuosities; to cause to wrinkle or curl. "Her face all bowsy, Comely crinkled, Wondrously wrinkled." "The flames through all the casements pushing forth, Like red-not devils crinkled into snakes."

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"Crinkle" Quotes from Famous Books

... glorious little fellows of this world, bent on love or hatred, and the Great Beneficence smiles at us, at our cleverness, or it may be the Great Furies, however you will have it. Anyway, Nature has merely to move and our grandest plans may crinkle up like a feather held to a "cruisie," the rude lamp, fed with dried splinters of fir-wood, or mutton tallow and a wick, which our ...
— The Black Colonel • James Milne

Words linked to "Crinkle" :   frown line, knit, crinkle root, depression, lifeline, impression, turn up, crinkle-root, crow's feet, dermatoglyphic, line of fate, scrunch up, heart line, imprint, cockle, fold, crinkly, crisp, line of Saturn, mensal line, crease, line of heart, wrinkle

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