crimp[ krimp ]SEE DEFINITION OF crimp
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRIMP
Close and crimp the edges nicely, and fry the rissoles in butter.
Prick them with a fork, and crimp or scollop the edges neatly.
A crimp had carried this chap on board, dumped him, got his ten dollars and left.
That may put a crimp in their plans, check the invasion up above.
It was made by Crimp, of Nassau Street, and box and all cost four pound twelve.'
Those forty miles at trot and fast walk had put a crimp in our legs.
That fifty thousand they lost on that snowplow just about put the crimp in 'em.
Yes, and cheated by such a scoundrel as the crimp appears to be.
The crimp, who had been brought on board with the others, then started forward.
The crimp talked with the other men, and then indignation was levelled against me.