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krump·ing

 (krŭm′pĭng)
n.
A style of dance combining convulsive arm movements with energetic movements adapted from various urban dance forms. Also called clowning.

[Coined by the dancers who developed the style in south central Los Angeles in the 1990s.]

krump v.
krump′er n.
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krumping

(ˈkrʌmpɪŋ)
n
(Dancing) a type of dancing in which participants, often wearing face paint, dance with one another in a fast and aggressive style mimicking a fight but without any physical contact
[C21: origin unknown]
ˈkrumper n
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It was quite a struggle to break free after a few minutes of wriggling around that resembled a new form of krumping.
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Sue Perkins says: "I'm thrilled to be co-presenting Let's Sing and Dance for Comic Relief, not least because it will finally show the world why I was voted West Penwith's Krumping Champion (over 40s category).
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