crumpy

crumpy

(ˈkrʌmpɪ)
adj, crumpier or crumpiest
dialect easily crumbled; crisp
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Crumpy was a menace - he notched more than 40 himself, scored in every single round to Wembley, and claimed the last-minute winner in the final that brought the pot back to Newcastle.
"Crumpy is 20 years of age and Gary Powell has played professional rugby for nine years or so.
We are also the exclusive distributor for products such as Rauch Happy Day, Mott's, May, Concha Y Toro, Franzia, and Crumpy among others.
Not only is the baby more demanding of contact with the mother, but in addition his behavior is characterized by the three c's: crying, clinging and crumpy. The authors have suggested that these regression periods shortly precede transition periods in development.
I had a bit of luck in the final, though I didn't know Crumpy had stopped at the start.