Antonyms for crisping

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Be there any manner of irons, Jennet, for crisping or curling the hair?

Gyp, crisping her fingers on the reins, drew-in deep breaths.

None the less was she offended, as a flower by a crisping wind.

Behold how mincingly it creeps over the sea, just ruffling and crisping it.

But the flame had caught the lilies, crisping them, and leaving them black.

These were cleaned and placed in the large frying-pan where red-and-white streaked slices of bacon were crisping.

Prairie Island rose with red and yellow and crisping leaves, like a royal tent amid a dead sea of flowers.

The sun burst forth at the moment, crisping the peaks, gorges, and clouds—which were all mingled together—with golden fires.

In all cases, however, the operation is termed "crisping" in regard to jute fabrics.

The earliest stars shone over its crisping wavelets, and a delicious breeze murmured gently amidst the glossy herbage.