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  • v. Present participle of uncrumple.

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Examples

  • Arriving uncrumpled used to be one of the few perks for those at the front of the plane, but now the racks behind seat 4B sit unemployed.

    What Next? US Airways Gets Rid Of Clothes Hangers? - The Consumerist

  • Ever wondered how Gary Imlach maintains such a reliable supply of uncrumpled shirts to wear before the cameras during the Tour de France, or what it's like to chase after Mark Cavendish for a quote when he's just lost a sprint and is not in a good mood?

    F1 grid loses its glorious blend of voices | Richard Williams

  • I opened my hand and uncrumpled the business card.

    Ramona: That's What I Want!

  • With what seemed like a show of dignity, the papyrus uncrumpled itself, then hopped onto the windowsill.

    Aphrodite the Beauty

  • Sometimes I'm choosing the card not for the design or sentiment inside; I'm picking it because it fits in the one remaining uncrumpled envelope.

    Valentine's Day Blues | The Stiletto Gang

  • The crochet chair back and arm covers were sleekly in place uncrumpled by Father Baddeley's head and hands.

    She Closed Her Eyes

  • Andrea uncrumpled the dusty pink bundle in her arms until it folded out into a blanket.

    Isabel and I

  • He is tearing pages out of his copy of Life and dropping them uncrumpled over the rail, letting them fall in a seesaw drift on the bawling fans below.

    Underworld

  • He and his compatriots continued to howl mightily at the restaurant/bar/whatever across the street ... and as I wormed my way out from underneath him, uncrumpled my tiny umbrella, and wished I knew the Klingon vocabulary for "impending eunuch" -- I almost found myself converted to the First Church of the Sacred Team Waterfowl.

    into the heart of darkness

  • The uncrumpled notes of the Senator from Arizona are after the jump.

    Debates 2008: Politics and Power

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