She wrinkled her nose at the smell.
The wrinkled silk will flatten out again if you iron it.
She smoothed down a wrinkled tablecloth.
Dotty's wrinkled stockings.
A little old woman with a wrinkled face as brown as a berry told us our fortunes for ten pence.
Gray and wrinkled, like my tired puss.
While a wrinkled nose would signal disgust.
Mundungus considered for a moment, brow wrinkled.
She's all leathery and wrinkled. I'm so jealous!
Four young foreheads became wrinkled with anxious thought.
His face was profoundly wrinkled and black, like a mask of obsidian.
Looking over them was a wrinkled, scraggy hag.
Her face was yellowish and wrinkled like a cabbage leaf.
" My turn..." Ron peered into Harry's teacup, his forehead wrinkled with effort.
But I have to run. My laundry is going to get wrinkled.
It might have been said that he had a wrinkled mind.
You must yourself have remarked how worn, wrinkled, and stained they were.
Professor Binns paused again, pursing his lips, looking like a wrinkled old tortoise.
But people feeling disgust typically have wrinkled brows, pursed lips, and crinkled up noses.
I give you a dollar, and he looks in his pocket for wrinkled money.
Harry could see a strip of gleaming yellow beneath its wrinkled black eyelid.
" So you've come at last! " she said, holding out both her wrinkled old paws.
Her face wrinkled up into a grimace of disgust. She held her handkerchief to her nose.
Her ancient decks were worn and wrinkled, like the pilgrim-worshipped flag-stone in Canterbury Cathedral where Beckett bled.
The wrinkled old bill was still there. He could easily have pocketed it without thinking twice.