Rimple


WORD OF THE DAY
Rimple
RIM-pl
Part of speech: verb
Origin: Middle English, date unknown.
1

To form into small folds or undulations; to wrinkle; especially (of water) to ripple.

Examples of Rimple in a sentence

“Serena hates it when the bed sheets rimple. ”

“Some women don’t like taffeta in their formal wear because it is prone to rimpling.”