Definition of Rumples

1. Verb. (third-person singular of rumple) ¹



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Definition of Rumples

1. rumple [v] - See also: rumple

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rumples

rumourous
rumours
rump
rump and stump
rump roast
rump state
rump states
rump steak
rump steaks
rumped
rumpies
rumping
rumple
rumple up
rumpled
rumples (current term)
rumpless
rumplier
rumpliest
rumpling
rumply
rumpology
rumps
rumpus
rumpus room
rumpuses
rumpy
rumrunner
rumrunners

Literary usage of Rumples

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1. The Nassau Literary Magazine by Francis Scott Fitzgerald (1890)
"Soon I was a-pickin' rumples fer all I was worth, an' a-reck'nin' how much we ought'er get fer 'em in the winter when they was dry, an' not a-thinkin' o' ..."

2. A Dictionary of the English Language: Abridged from the American Dictionary by Noah Webster, John Walker (1850)
"Freed from rumples. UN-RUM'-PLE, u. I. To free from rumples. UN-SAD'-DEN, t>. t. To dispel sadness. UN-SAD'-DLE, t>. (. To take a saddle from. ..."

3. The Harp of Caledonia by Joan Struteers (1821)
"... Your clans they can front it an' flank it, An' wadna own Geordie ava, Yet they'll hazard their necks and their rumples, To chase the invaders awa. ..."

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