He slouched in his chair, clutching a crumpled charcoal blazer in his arms, and kept fidgeting.
I was standing in front of it and its face was all crumpled up.
He crumpled onto the floor in front of his bed and I hit him again, Bap!
Steck crumpled to the moraine, and it looked as though he'd be bludgeoned to death.
Another gunman straddled the crumpled bodies and, with 11 blasts, delivered a final bullet into each victim's brain.
He drew a crumpled sheet from his pocket and handed it to Aristide.
In the cow with the crumpled horn we have a derivative of Mid.
The man glanced from that crumpled bill to Drew's tired face and then back again.
He ground the letter convulsively in his hand, then it fell all crumpled on the floor.
She crumpled the telegram nervously in her hand, and made a motion to lift the reins.
c.1300, crumplen, frequentative of crumpen "to curl up" (from Old English crump "bent, crooked"). Related: Crumpled; crumpling.