A lazy, crinkly kind of smile, like Christmas lights going on one by one.
It was full of red Brussels carpets and walnut furniture of crinkly design.
Mrs. Daggett had long since folded her crinkly hands in quiet death.
You shall have a beautiful, crinkly black wig, and a beard to match!
His hair was not crinkly like the average negro, and his nose resembled an Indian's.
When her old cap was pulled off, there was her gray hair all soft and crinkly.
Tom was gray, too, and had crinkly ears, and many other honorable battle-scars.
“He was rough-coated, along with a crinkly ear,” Harley meditated back.
And they had such romantic, crinkly, wrinkly, leathery faces.
He was a dark chestnut, with beautiful white, crinkly mane and tail and white feet.