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Definition of Crumply
1. easily wrinkled [adj -PLIER, -PLIEST]
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Literary usage of Crumply
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1. Our Young Folks by John Townsend Trowbridge, Lucy Larcom, Gail Hamilton (1868)
"The Dean fairly shouted with delight, and danced round the hole as if he were crazy, crying ' Bravo, bravo !' and ' Hurrah for crumply ! ..."
2. The Complete Housekeeper by Emily Holt (1903)
"Gather up this crumply ring at the back of the garments, and lay them over the patient's head. Draw one arm from beneath the blankets, slip it through above ..."
3. Encyclopaedia of Household Economy by Emily Holt (1903)
"Gather up this crumply ring at the back of the garments, and lay them over the patient's head. Draw one arm from beneath ..."
4. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1916)
"For example, " second with wavy lines ; " " First, then second inside it crumply." B. Size The results of the experiments upon the influence of size are ..."
5. An Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and by William Fordyce Mavor (1803)
"There is a kind of moss of a black, hard, crumply appearance, growing on the rocks and large stones, which is of infinite service to the natives, ..."