crinkle[ kring-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF crinkle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRINKLE
A storm might sweep it flat, or if neglected too long, it might "crinkle."
A crinkle, a ripple was spreading over the green-blue water.
In one breed the wool is apt to wither and crinkle like hay on a sun-beaten hillside.
We crease the petals with them, and crinkle and vein and curl the outer edges.
All at once the crinkle of a chill ran across the Chevalier's shoulders.
She made it crinkle in her fingers within a foot of the old gentleman's face.
Crinkle the edges of the crust; have the crust extend above the edge of the pan to make a deep shell for the filling.
It works on the underside of the leaves along the veins, causing the leaves to pucker, curl and crinkle much as with leaf-curl.
Glass would not craze like tiles or mosaic; it would not crinkle as will canvas; it needed no varnish.
Cherry leaves are often covered with a grayish powder which in severe cases causes them to curl and crinkle and sometimes to drop.