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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwrinkledwrin‧kled /ˈrɪŋkəld/ adjective  LINEskin or cloth that is wrinkled has small lines or folds in it her wrinkled old face
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wrinkledTheir skin was as wrinkled and brown as an old football and on their heads were perched steel air-raid helmets.His wrinkled face must once have been handsome.The wrinkled face of a gigantic tortoise.a small man with a balding head and a very wrinkled faceThe tiddly ball completed the journey in his wrinkled hand.Her face looked old and wrinkled in the morning light.Mrs Franz sat on the step, shelling peas with her wrinkled old hands.At the far end of the market, a wrinkled old woman sat smoking a pipe.For example, oedema of dependent parts suggests fluid excess, while dry, wrinkled skin and a dry tongue suggest fluid deficit.It secretes a new, soft wrinkled skin beneath the shell.Chris, as usual, came in wearing old jeans and a wrinkled T-shirt.
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