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  • verb Present participle of crump.

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Examples

  • Today on "Live with Regis and Kelly," the makers of a documentary called "Rize," which is all about this new dance craze called crumping stopped by.

    CNN Transcript Jun 15, 2005

  • And I definitely cannot just start flirting with Cooper, joking around with him about crumping and hip-hop dancing and all manner of tween shows on Disney!

    One Night That Changes Everything

  • And I definitely cannot just start flirting with Cooper, joking around with him about crumping and hip-hop dancing and all manner of tween shows on Disney!

    One Night That Changes Everything

  • And I definitely cannot just start flirting with Cooper, joking around with him about crumping and hip-hop dancing and all manner of tween shows on Disney!

    One Night That Changes Everything

  • And I definitely cannot just start flirting with Cooper, joking around with him about crumping and hip-hop dancing and all manner of tween shows on Disney!

    One Night That Changes Everything

  • If you re-make it now it will just be another urban movie with a hip hop soundtrack, ebonics, sexual innuendo, potty humor, some crumping and a video on MTV for Raven Symone.

    'Adventures in Babysitting': Ready for the remake? | EW.com

  • Even as he was speaking there came a subdued crumping sound from farther out in the paddy as a mortar shell struck and went off under water.

    The Village

  • But on this night there was strict attendance to business, for the patrols had not been gone twenty minutes when the crumping sound of a grenade exploding somewhere in the hamlet carried back to the fort.

    The Village

  • Even as he was speaking there came a subdued crumping sound from farther out in the paddy as a mortar shell struck and went off under water.

    The Village

  • But on this night there was strict attendance to business, for the patrols had not been gone twenty minutes when the crumping sound of a grenade exploding somewhere in the hamlet carried back to the fort.

    The Village

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