crimple

[krim-puh l]
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verb (used with or without object), crim·pled, crim·pling.

to wrinkle.

Nearby words

  1. criminous,
  2. criminy,
  3. crimmer,
  4. crimogenic,
  5. crimp,
  6. crimplene,
  7. crimpy,
  8. crimson,
  9. crimson clover,
  10. crimson flag

Origin of crimple

1400–50; late Middle English. See crimp1, -le

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British Dictionary definitions for crimpled

crimple

verb

to crumple, wrinkle, or curl
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