[ rim-puhl ]
/ ˈrɪm pəl /
verb (used with or without object), rim·pled, rim·pling.
to wrinkle; crumple; crease.
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Origin of rimple
1400–50; late Middle English; compare Middle Dutch, Middle Low German rimpel; akin to rumple
Words nearby rimple
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Example sentences from the Web for rimple
It's only skin-deep; just on the surface, like a cat's-paw on the water; it's nothin' but a rimple like, and no more.