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      vb   tr  
1    to fold or press into ridges  
2    to fold and pinch together (something, such as the edges of two pieces of metal)  
3    to curl or wave (the hair) tightly, esp. with curling tongs  
4    to decorate (the edge of pastry) by pinching with the fingers to give a fluted effect  
5    to gash (fish or meat) with a knife to make the flesh firmer and crisper when cooked  
6    to bend or mould (leather) into shape, as for shoes  
7      (Metallurgy)   to bend the edges of (a metal plate) before forming into a cylinder  
8    Informal     (chiefly U.S.)   to hinder  
9    the act or result of folding or pressing together or into ridges  
10    a tight wave or curl in the hair  
11    a crease or fold in a metal sheet  
12    the natural wave of wool fibres  
     (Old English crympan; related to crump bent, Old Norse kreppa to contract, Old High German crumpf, Old Swedish crumb crooked; see cramp1)  
  crimper      n  
  crimpy      adj  
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crimp          [2]  
1    (formerly) a person who swindled or pressganged men into naval or military service  
2    to recruit by coercion or under false pretences  
     (C17: of unknown origin)  

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crimpy, crim, crimper, crimple

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