Definition of Crumpier
1. crumpy [adj] - See also: crumpy
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Literary usage of Crumpier
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1. Historical Sketches of North Carolina: From 1584 to 1851, Compiled from by John Hill Wheeler (1851)
"Raiford crumpier, Allen Mobley. Thomas King, Allen Mobley. Allen Mobley, Thomas King. ... J. crumpier, D. Underwood. John Sellers, Thomas Boykin. ..."
2. Injurious Insects: How to Recognize and Control Them by Walter Collins O'Kane (1912)
"Or the nests may be cut off when first observed, and destroyed, along with the caterpillars in them. The Leaf crumpier (Mineola ..."
3. A Practical Treatise of the Law of Evidence by Thomas Starkie, George Morley Dowdeswell, John George Malcolm, George Sharswood (1876)
"Avery, 1 Fairf. 418 ; Coleman v. crumpier, 2 Dev. 508. But in equity or where equitable principles are permitted in courts of law it is otherwise: Christ v. ..."
4. The Percy Anecdotes by Sholto Percy (1839)
"At last taking up the skirts of his velvet coat, he said, " Pray, Mr. crumpier, tell me why you cannot make such as this in England; you see you obliged me ..."
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