uncrumple

uncrumple

(ʌnˈkrʌmpəl)
vb (tr)
to eliminate crumples from
vb (intr)
to be made free of crumples
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Willow states, "I wanted to reinvent myself, to turn myself into someone different, uncrumple myself like a newly bright butterfly.
She began to gather them up and then uncrumple them, thousands of individual sheets of paper, piling one sheet onto another.
His wings have dried a little and are starting to unstick and uncrumple; they're iridescent, like the wings of flies, like colored cellophane.
The story of a fruit tree." Heap: "With my hands I take my brain and slowly uncrumple it ...
The next thing I remember is trying to uncrumple myself from the space on the passenger side where my feet had been moments before.
He had scarcely begun to uncrumple his tiny fists when the papers were falling over each other to gloss his political meanings.
One neat trick is to crumple a piece of paper, uncrumple it, and then scan the paper.
Crumple and uncrumple them so they aren't too stiff.
She takes the page of manuscript from it, uncrumples it, recognizes it as hers.