- having a crimped form or appearance.
- South Midland U.S. (of weather) cold and disagreeable.
Origin of crimpy
Related Words for crimpyfuzzy, wavy, kinky, coiled, convoluted, crinkly, crisp, frizzy, winding, wound, looped, corkscrew, crimpy, frizzed, permed, spiralled, waved, waving
Examples from the Web for crimpy
Historical Examples of 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