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- v. to crumple, crimp
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To cause to shrink or draw together; to contract; to curl.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To contract or draw together; cause to shrink or pucker; curl; corrugate.
- n. A rumple.
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Also, whenever we are putting on power we won't try to stand up, our legs would crimple up like strings.
Ward, keeping the gun pointing her way, sneered at her in a way that made the soul of Billy Louise crimple.
With his face contorted into a grin to crimple one's spine, with a voice to make one's knees buckle, he went up to Happy Jack and thrust that horrible grin into Happy's very face.