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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of crump.

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Examples

  • There also, if sleep assailed us, we might curl up in an abandoned dugout and hope that it would not be "crumped" before the dawn.

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  • In spite of the difficulties of getting up supplies through the "crumped" trenches, the men held on and consolidated their positions.

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  • My footsteps crumped across the frozen whiteness to the statue of Our Lady, where I said a prayer.

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  • The tunic lies crumped in her lap, and she looks oddly naked in just a T-shirt and jeans.

    THE EXILE OF GIGI LANE

  • The tunic lies crumped in her lap, and she looks oddly naked in just a T-shirt and jeans.

    THE EXILE OF GIGI LANE

  • Artillery ‘crumped’ to the north, fellow Black Guard units fighting their way into Zhytomir itself.

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  • Words are what leads me to all else, the sound and the fullness and the placement and the texture of all the words, individually and together and apart. linen doves crumped in my hand released, fly

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  • Machine guns cackled, mortars crumped, and Henry Waskow pitched over without a sound, mortally wounded by a shell fragment that tore open his chest.

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  • If someone hosed the backhaul on their node, or crumped an upstream router, or ran their upstream full bore for several continuous hours, they would know this already and would be able to identify and deal with that party.

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  • Anyway, out for a walk this afternoon in the fading sunlight and smelling the onset of the first chill of the night in the air, mixed in with the inevitable whiff of domestic garden bonfires and the distinctive scent of crumped leaves, I couldn't help but allow myself the sense of being a little renewed and refreshed.

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