verb (used with or without object), crim·pled, crim·pling.
Examples from the Web for crimple
The heart glows; its humanities even yield and crimple under the fierce heat of mental pride.Dream Life|Donald G. Mitchell
In every one of Mr Crimple's joints, sir, there is more or less of the same deposit.
If Mr Crimple neglects his meals, or fails to take his proper quantity of rest, that oil wanes, and becomes exhausted.
In this portion of Mr Crimple's leg, sir, there is a certain amount of animal oil.
Mr Crimple, more agitated than before, clapped his hand immediately below his waistcoat.