Found 3 items, similar to wrinkle.
English → Indonesian
mengerut, menggelemburkan, menggumalkan
English → English
n 1: a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface; “his
face has many lines”
; “ironing gets rid of most
2: a minor difficulty; “they finally have the wrinkles pretty
well ironed out”
3: a clever method of doing something (especially something new
v 1: gather or contract into wrinkles or folds; pucker; “purse
2: make wrinkles or creases into a smooth surface; “The dress
3: make wrinkled or creased; “furrow one's brow”
4: become wrinkled or crumpled or creased; “This fabric won't
English → English
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Wrinkled
; p. pr. & vb.
1. To contract into furrows and prominences; to make a
wrinkle or wrinkles in; to corrugate; as, wrinkle the skin
or the brow. “Sport that wrinkled Care derides.”
Her wrinkled form in black and white arrayed.
2. Hence, to make rough or uneven in any way.
A keen north wind that, blowing dry,
Wrinkled the face of deluge, as decayed. --Milton.
Then danced we on the wrinkled sand. --Bryant.
To wrinkle at
, to sneer at. [Obs.] --Marston.
A winkle. [Local, U. S.]
, n. [OE. wrinkil, AS. wrincle; akin to OD.
wrinckel, and prob. to Dan. rynke, Sw. rynka, Icel. hrukka,
OHG. runza, G. runzel, L. ruga. ????.]
1. A small ridge, prominence, or furrow formed by the
shrinking or contraction of any smooth substance; a
corrugation; a crease; a slight fold; as, wrinkle in the
skin; a wrinkle in cloth. “The wrinkles in my brows.”
Within I do not find wrinkles and used heart, but
unspent youth. --Emerson.
2. hence, any roughness; unevenness.
Not the least wrinkle to deform the sky. --Dryden.
3. [Perhaps a different word, and a dim. AS. wrenc a
twisting, deceit. Cf. Wrench
, n.] A notion or fancy; a
whim; as, to have a new wrinkle. [Colloq.]
, v. i.
To shrink into furrows and ridges.