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scrumple

(ˈskrʌmpəl)
vb
(usually foll by up) to crumple or crush (something, esp a piece of paper) or (esp of a piece of paper) to become crumpled or crushed
[C16: variant of crumple]
scrump, scrumple - Scrump is something withered or shriveled or dried up, and a scrumple is a wrinkle or crease.
See also related terms for wrinkle.

scrumple


Past participle: scrumpled
Gerund: scrumpling

Imperative
scrumple
scrumple
Present
I scrumple
you scrumple
he/she/it scrumples
we scrumple
you scrumple
they scrumple
Preterite
I scrumpled
you scrumpled
he/she/it scrumpled
we scrumpled
you scrumpled
they scrumpled
Present Continuous
I am scrumpling
you are scrumpling
he/she/it is scrumpling
we are scrumpling
you are scrumpling
they are scrumpling
Present Perfect
I have scrumpled
you have scrumpled
he/she/it has scrumpled
we have scrumpled
you have scrumpled
they have scrumpled
Past Continuous
I was scrumpling
you were scrumpling
he/she/it was scrumpling
we were scrumpling
you were scrumpling
they were scrumpling
Past Perfect
I had scrumpled
you had scrumpled
he/she/it had scrumpled
we had scrumpled
you had scrumpled
they had scrumpled
Future
I will scrumple
you will scrumple
he/she/it will scrumple
we will scrumple
you will scrumple
they will scrumple
Future Perfect
I will have scrumpled
you will have scrumpled
he/she/it will have scrumpled
we will have scrumpled
you will have scrumpled
they will have scrumpled
Future Continuous
I will be scrumpling
you will be scrumpling
he/she/it will be scrumpling
we will be scrumpling
you will be scrumpling
they will be scrumpling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been scrumpling
you have been scrumpling
he/she/it has been scrumpling
we have been scrumpling
you have been scrumpling
they have been scrumpling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been scrumpling
you will have been scrumpling
he/she/it will have been scrumpling
we will have been scrumpling
you will have been scrumpling
they will have been scrumpling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been scrumpling
you had been scrumpling
he/she/it had been scrumpling
we had been scrumpling
you had been scrumpling
they had been scrumpling
Conditional
I would scrumple
you would scrumple
he/she/it would scrumple
we would scrumple
you would scrumple
they would scrumple
Past Conditional
I would have scrumpled
you would have scrumpled
he/she/it would have scrumpled
we would have scrumpled
you would have scrumpled
they would have scrumpled
References in periodicals archive ?
The formula is a classic example of a back-of-the-envelope solution that should have been scrumpled up years ago.
Doel M A, 1996, "A hundred thousand lines of flight: a machinic introduction to the nomad thought and scrumpled geography of Gilies Deleuze and Felix Guattari" Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 14 421 439
So stop looking for lipstick on collars or phone numbers on scrumpled up napkins, this information is not to be sniffed at.
Consider, for example, the description of George Cubbins: 'Handsome as a freshly opened tub of margarine, as charismatic as a wet tea towel lying scrumpled on the floor' (p.
1996) A hundred thousand lines of flight: a machinic introduction to the nomad thought and scrumpled geography of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari.
Our view: page 18 How detectives pieced all the clues together: A scrumpled registration card from a B&B, a sighting outside McDonald's, a mobile phone top-up and fingerprints on cashed travellers' cheques.
As he reached the counter I had to stifle a giggle as he handed over the shirt, scrumpled the piece of paper and said: "Could you put Terry please
I thought it was rubbish so I ripped it and scrumpled it and threw it in the bin.
1996 'A hundred thousand lines of flight: a machinic introduction to the nomadic thought and scrumpled geography of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari' Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 14(4), 421-439
Use scrumpled cardboard and junk mail to balance wet and soggy items 9.
In the window display `between a chic pair of gloves and the dark glasses' she saw `a scrumpled old newspaper with the banner headline "Learning for life".