What is another word for wrinkly?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈɪŋkli] (IPA)

Synonyms for Wrinkly:

What are the hypernyms for Wrinkly?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for wrinkly?

Wrinkly is an adjective used to describe something that is full of wrinkles or creases. Its antonyms would be smooth, unblemished, sleek, flawless, unmarked, and unbroken. Smooth is the most common antonym of wrinkly. It refers to the surface that is free from any wrinkles, bumps, or irregularities. Unblemished and sleek describe a surface that is free from any kind of damage or irregularities. Flawless refers to something that is perfect and has no imperfections. Unmarked and unbroken are used to describe things that are not damaged, and they do not have any marks or lines on them. All of these antonyms are used to describe things that are free from wrinkles or creases.

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Usage examples for Wrinkly

"Now you know why She makes you make the bed over again when it's wrinkly," gibed one Thing.
"The Very Small Person"
Annie Hamilton Donnell
How the Rhinoceros Got His wrinkly Skin.
"Just So Stories"
Rudyard Kipling
The wrinkly red dress could not utterly break up the fine lines of her firm bust and powerful side and thigh, and the admiring little creature hopped out of bed and stole across the room, and threw her arms about Rose.
"Rose of Dutcher's Coolly"
Hamlin Garland

Famous quotes with Wrinkly

  • Well...like, when you're born, you're a little baby, you're wrinkly and stuff, when you get older you sort of morph into a baby again...
    Karl Pilkington

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