- rumpled; wrinkled; crushed.
- bent in a spiral curve: a crumpled ram's horn.
Origin of crumpled
1275–1325; Middle English; variant of crimpled, past participle of crimple
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Examples from the Web for uncrumpled
I rummaged in the wastebasket and uncrumpled the morning's facsimile newspaper.Measure for a Loner
James Judson Harmon
Mrs. Hudson was as neat and crisp and uncrumpled at the end of the festival as at the beginning.Roderick Hudson
To none of them had Monday morning come exactly right—fresh and uncrumpled.An Australian Lassie
The red and white roses of her strong, graceful body were chaste and uncrumpled.The Created Legend
She had turned its first pages, the opening chapters had been simple, unruffled, uncrumpled by the hand of men or of Fate.The Heart of a Woman
Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy