verb (used with or without object), crim·pled, crim·pling.
Examples from the Web for crimpled
The Harvester lifted the leaves and exposed the musky, crimpled, big mushrooms.The Harvester|Gene Stratton Porter
That I should mistake the hide of a buffaloe, scorched and crimpled as it is, for the carcass of a horse!The Prairie|J. Fenimore Cooper
The girl's face flamed an angry red under her crimpled thatch of hair.Stories of the Foot-hills|Margaret Collier Graham
The brown, crimpled skin of his neck showed the big veins which sank under his jaws and reappeared at his temples.A Comedy of Marriage and Other Tales|Guy De Maupassant
Esmé assented with a graceful bend of his crimpled head, and in a clear and deliberate voice began to speak.The Green Carnation|Robert Smythe Hichens