Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of crimp.
  • adjective With a crimp in it; crushed shut.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We did not press them with a fork; rather we kind of crimped every so often.

    Family Recipes: Susan's Sour Cherry Pie

  • We did not press them with a fork; rather we kind of crimped every so often.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Women with 'crimped' hair indulge in extravagantly elaborate 'affairs'.

    The complicated story of Rielle Hunter and Jonathan Darman, the Newsweek reporter.

  • No after the aftermath of the play, the power cuts brought on by the floods and most immediately a stinking cold, kind of crimped my style.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • No after the aftermath of the play, the power cuts brought on by the floods and most immediately a stinking cold, kind of crimped my style.

    Sorry for the interruption

  • None of them had "crimped" and none had bedecked their tresses with artificial flowers.

    The Literary World Seventh Reader

  • None of them had "crimped" and none had bedecked their tresses with artificial flowers.

    The Conquest of Canaan

  • The door opened, letting in a blue-eyed thing with wonderful flossy hair, which was just as shiny and rippling as if nature had "crimped" it instead of that proud and devoted Nursery-maid, Katy McFarland.

    The Womans Advocate

  • The door opened, letting in a blue-eyed thing with wonderful flossy hair, which was just as shiny and rippling as if nature had "crimped" it instead of that proud and devoted Nursery-maid, Katy McFarland.

    To Warn, to Comfort, and Command.

  • The door opened, letting in a blue-eyed thing with wonderful flossy hair, which was just as shiny and rippling as if nature had "crimped" it instead of that proud and devoted Nursery-maid, Katy McFarland.

    THE WOMAN'S ADVOCATE

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