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Synonyms for wrinkle

Synonyms for wrinkle

a line or an arrangement made by the doubling of one part over another

an indentation or seam on the skin, especially on the face

a clever, unexpected new trick or method

to make irregular folds in, especially by pressing or twisting

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a minor difficulty

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a clever method of doing something (especially something new and different)

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gather or contract into wrinkles or folds

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make wrinkled or creased

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become wrinkled or crumpled or creased

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The root cause of wrinkling of the high-solids RTV silicones is a different curing stage between the two sides of coated film.
Dating back to the 1970s, aquagenic palmar wrinkling was described in the literature in association with cystic fibrosis (CF), and it was not until 30 years later that aquagenic keratoderma was recognized as a distinct disorder.
Based on the performance of the Lemex on the interleaf polyethylene, Leach plans to try the Lemex on some of their thin calendered rubber products where wrinkling has been an issue.
More studies are needed to understand skin wrinkling and whether it has any disadvantage.
It remains important to be aware of the major avoidable causes of premature wrinkling.
Wrinkling is most likely to happen during cure and can occur in powder coatings as well as liquid products.
Photo-aging" is the term for the long-term thinning, sagging, and wrinkling of the skin that's caused by sunlight.
Each casting was carefully examined upon shakeout and general conditions of the cope, drag and side surfaces, shakeout behavior and extent of lustrous carbon surface deposits and wrinkling extent were recorded.
it was very floppy and it was hard to thread through the ropes We felt that by solving these wrinkling problems we could increase speed and maintain machine efficiency.
When that happens, Rigel explains, "the bands of elastin end up all pulling in different directions," wrinkling the skin above.
We do not have data to assess the long-term safety of Retin-A for chronic use for wrinkling," Commissioner David A.
We've designed it for men who want to look great all day long - whether for business or for pleasure - using a carefully crafted fabric that feels terrific, holds its shape and resists wrinkling.
They teamed with Lu to discover what came first -- the cells' death or the wrinkling.
The approach may help scientists understand wrinkling in techie stuff, like tiny graphene sheets.
Such studies could be important for understanding how organs grow in embryos, Holmes says, where wrinkling tissues dictate the start of, for instance, an eye.