[kring-kuh l] /ˈkrɪŋ kəl/
verb (used with or without object), crinkled, crinkling.
to wrinkle; crimple; ripple.
to make slight, sharp sounds; rustle.
to turn or wind in many little bends and twists.
a wrinkle or ripple.
a crinkling sound.
a turn or twist.
to form or cause to form wrinkles, twists, or folds
to make or cause to make a rustling noise
a wrinkle, twist, or fold
a rustling noise
late 14c., from frequentative of Old English crincan, variant of cringan “to bend, yield” (see cringe). Related: Crinkled; crinkling. As a noun from 1590s.
noun, Plant Pathology. 1. a disease of plants, characterized by puckering, mottling, and distortion of the leaves, caused by any of several viruses.
/ˈkrɪŋkəlˌruːt/ noun 1. any of several species of the toothwort Dentaria, esp D. diphylla of E North America, which has a fleshy pungent rhizome and clusters of white or pinkish flowers: family Brassicaceae (crucifers)
noun 1. a haircut in which the hair is very closely cropped. noun 1. a closely cropped haircut for men, originating in the US A closely cropped haircut, usually for a male, as in The boys all think crew cuts are cooler in summer. This term presumably originated in the navy (crew referring to a […]
noun 1. the head of a crew, especially for maintenance of aircraft or racing cars. 2. a noncommissioned officer in the Air Force who is in charge of a group of maintenance specialists.