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bewrinkled

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From bewrinkle +‎ -ed, or be- +‎ wrinkled.

AdjectiveEdit

bewrinkled (comparative more bewrinkled, superlative most bewrinkled)

  1. Filled with or characterised by wrinkles.
    • 1996, Theodore Dreiser, C. B. Falls, The color of a great city:
      Whether he was at peace with his swarthy, bewrinkled old helpmate I do not know, but he appeared to be, and with his several partially grown children.

VerbEdit

bewrinkled

  1. simple past tense and past participle of bewrinkle