crinkles

clinkers

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  • crinkles — crin·kle || krɪŋkl v. crease, rumple, wrinkle; make a rustling sound n. crease, wrinkle; rustling sound …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • clinkers — crinkles …   Anagrams dictionary

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  • crinkle — [[t]krɪ̱ŋk(ə)l[/t]] crinkles, crinkling, crinkled 1) V ERG If something crinkles or if you crinkle it, it becomes slightly creased or folded. He shrugged whimsically, his eyes crinkling behind his glasses... [V n] When she laughs, she crinkles… …   English dictionary

  • crinkle — I = crinkle up crinkle UK [ˈkrɪŋk(ə)l] / US or crinkle up UK / US verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms crinkle : present tense I/you/we/they crinkle he/she/it crinkles present participle crinkling past tense crinkled past participle crinkled …   English dictionary

  • crinkle — crin|kle1 [ˈkrıŋkəl] v also crinkle up [I and T] [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: Perhaps from Old English cringan; CRINGE] 1.) if you crinkle part of your face, or if it crinkles, you move it so that small lines appear on it ▪ His mouth crinkled into a …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • crinkle — n. & v. n. a wrinkle or crease in paper, cloth, etc. v. 1 intr. form crinkles. 2 tr. form crinkles in. Phrases and idioms: crinkle cut (of vegetables) cut with wavy edges. Derivatives: crinkly adj. Etymology: ME f. OE crincan: see CRANK(1) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Crinkle — Crin kle, n. A winding or turn; wrinkle; sinuosity. [1913 Webster] The crinkles in this glass, making objects appear double. A. Tucker. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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