Thesaurus / crinkle

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Peter could divine by the crinkle of his nerves the very loci of the girl as she passed down the thoroughfare.

BirthrightT.S. Stribling

In one breed the wool is apt to wither and crinkle like hay on a sun-beaten hillside.

Steep TrailsJohn Muir

Does this fidelity so clothe your body that it will not burn and crisp and crinkle in the anguish as of your hell?

The Story of Old Fort LoudonCharles Egbert Craddock

We crease the petals with them, and crinkle and vein and curl the outer edges.

The Long DayDorothy Richardson

According to the evening paper, The flesh on the body began to crinkle and blister.

A storm might sweep it flat, or if neglected too long, it might "crinkle."

Crinkle the edges of the crust; have the crust extend above the edge of the pan to make a deep shell for the filling.

I was over there the other day, and I couldn't even hear the crinkle of one bigger than $10!

Oklahoma SunshineFreeman E. (Freeman Edwin) Miller

Cherry leaves are often covered with a grayish powder which in severe cases causes them to curl and crinkle and sometimes to drop.

In handling the pasted guards care is needed not to stretch them, or they may cause the sheet to crinkle as they dry.

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