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How to use crimp in a sentence
It was already in the midst of an energy crisis before the recent crippling heat wave put a further crimp on supplies.Think the US Fed has a tough job? The ECB’s Lagarde has it worse | Nate DiCamillo | July 21, 2022 | Quartz
But, at the same time as BuzzFeed was further building up its commerce business — including by acquiring Complex Networks — its commerce revenue growth slowed in the second half of the year as supply chain challenges put a crimp in the business.Media Briefing: How the media business did — and didn’t — change in 2021 | Tim Peterson | December 23, 2021 | Digiday
Number two is that immigration constraints have put a crimp on access to labor.Can the Future of Food Be Sustainable in a Rapidly Growing World? Cargill’s CEO Says They’re Investing in It | Eben Shapiro | August 15, 2021 | Time
Fold over the edges and crimp, then trim any remaining excess.
That would put a real crimp in the dating seminars of a man who actively encourages abusive behavior toward women.
It might also put a bit of a crimp in the economies of states like New York and Delaware.
The lockout may not put a crimp in the day of the typical sports fan.Cancellation of NHL Games Has Negative Economic Impact | Miranda Green | December 12, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Hydraulic fracking is helping put a crimp on Russian Oligarchs, extending even to the Kremlin.Hydraulic Fracking's Putting the Screws to Vladimir and Friends | Justin Green | September 28, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Whether or not Black Hood's unexpected appearance at that meeting had put a crimp in those plans, he did not know.
On this particular summer afternoon Cove City was less out of crimp than usual.Mr. Opp | Alice Hegan Rice
Ruth was always keyed up about something—delighted, and Cy was always "putting a crimp" in things.Fidelity | Susan Glaspell
Some of the men thought we ought to be vindictive and take every opportunity to put a crimp in the business for the owners.The Iron Puddler | James J. Davis
They say he give a screech that'd put a crimp in the devil himself, and went galloping off, jumping about twenty feet at a lick.The Happy Family | Bertha Muzzy Bower
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