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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of uncrumple.

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Examples

  • He went upstairs and spent the rest of the night in the bedroom, the slow, methodical search, unfolding each item of clothing, paging through each volume—the house was stacked, crammed, jammed with books—emptying the wastebaskets and uncrumpling each wad of paper.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • He went upstairs and spent the rest of the night in the bedroom, the slow, methodical search, unfolding each item of clothing, paging through each volume—the house was stacked, crammed, jammed with books—emptying the wastebaskets and uncrumpling each wad of paper.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • He went upstairs and spent the rest of the night in the bedroom, the slow, methodical search, unfolding each item of clothing, paging through each volume—the house was stacked, crammed, jammed with books—emptying the wastebaskets and uncrumpling each wad of paper.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • Pulling bills out of two or three pockets and uncrumpling a five and smoothing out a single.

    Underworld

  • You are so funny with your frantically uncrumpling tattered napkin with 80 URLs scrawled out in eyeliner pencil … metro mama Said,

    Cupcakes for everyone! | Her Bad Mother

  • Pulling bills out of two or three pockets and uncrumpling a five and smoothing out a single.

    Underworld

  • Pulling bills out of two or three pockets and uncrumpling a five and smoothing out a single.

    Underworld

  • The green uncrumpling fern and the rustling dewdrenched rose

    "You are about to show me shadows of the things that have not happened, but will happen in the time before us."

  • You are so funny with your frantically uncrumpling tattered napkin with 80 URLs scrawled out in eyeliner pencil...

    Cupcakes for everyone!

  • He turned away, still crumpling and uncrumpling a handful of leaves which he had torn from the wall.

    The Voyage Out

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