Antonyms for new wrinkle

Grammar : Noun

Definition of new wrinkle

  • As in approach : noun plan of attack, resolution
  • As in departure : noun deviation from normal, expected
Example sentences :
  • "There's a new wrinkle," the man with the white goatee said.
  • Extract from : « Lone Star Planet » by Henry Beam Piper and John Joseph McGuire
  • "A new wrinkle, that," said the Colonel, as the Sergeant left.
  • Extract from : « Red-Tape and Pigeon-Hole Generals » by William H. Armstrong
  • I had been looking in the glass, and I found a new wrinkle, a horrible one.
  • Extract from : « Fernley House » by Laura E. Richards
  • Well, these fellows have a new wrinkle to an old smuggling trick.
  • Extract from : « Dorothy Dixon and the Mystery Plane » by Dorothy Wayne
  • "It certainly is a new wrinkle for you," the old man said, with a broad smile.
  • Extract from : « The Cottage of Delight » by Will N. Harben
  • Well stroll over to the main grounds and see what new wrinkle these ambitious fellows are getting up.
  • Extract from : « Airship Andy » by Frank V. Webster
  • Mr. Bernard Shaw put a new wrinkle in the stiffened parchment of Caesar's biography.
  • Extract from : « The Critical Game » by John Albert Macy
  • Perhaps it was the result of a convulsive spasm as Mother Earth took a new wrinkle on her face.
  • Extract from : « England » by Frank Fox
  • When he found out what it was he wondered what new wrinkle would be "sprung" on him next.
  • Extract from : « Cattle-Ranch to College » by Russell Doubleday
  • Tailors waylaid him in the street to get a new wrinkle from the cut of his unwrinkled trousers.
  • Extract from : « The Voice of the City » by O. Henry

Synonyms for new wrinkle

Based on : - - - Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019