- having a crimped form or appearance.
- South Midland U.S. (of weather) cold and disagreeable.
Origin of crimpy
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Examples from the Web for crimpy
He was middle-aged, with black, thick, crimpy hair and beard.The Flaming Sword in Serbia and Elsewhere
Mabel Annie Boulton Stobart
Anxiety showed itself nakedly in his yellow-brown eyes, and there were wrinkles in his low forehead just below the crimpy hair.Bella Donna
Molly was six years old; a plump, roly-poly little girl with long, crimpy golden hair and great blue eyes.
I could expect "crimpy" weather, and every moment of delay increased the frigid hardships of the journey.The Road
It usually goes with blonde or red, or else crimpy, and what I dislike about red hair is the freckles—you can almost count on 'em!Her Own Way