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wrinkle in Clothes topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwrinklewrin‧kle1 /ˈrɪŋkəl/ noun [countable]  1 DCBLINEwrinkles are lines on your face and skin that you get when you are old Her face was a mass of wrinkles.2 DCCLINEa small untidy fold in a piece of clothing or paper syn crease She walked over to the bed and smoothed out the wrinkles.3 iron out the wrinkleswrinkly adjective her thin, wrinkly face
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wrinkleIt's made from a special fabric that doesn't leave any wrinkles after you wash it.In the world of beauty, wrinkles are big business.Her face was old and covered in wrinkles.Rather well, with some odd wrinkles, would be my verdict.My skirt's full of wrinkles.J., drug maker will begin marketing Renova, its new brand name for the prescription wrinkle cream, by February.It's designed to gently exercise the small, delicate facial muscles to help prevent wrinkles and sagging.In other accounts, Pliny the Elder wrote that Persian women massaged their faces with yogurt to prevent wrinkles.Indeed, as he shut the car door, he brushed at one sleeve as if to remove wrinkles as well as fluff.If you hang that dress over the bath, the steam will get the wrinkles out.Sure, there are a few unusual wrinkles.