I was standing in front of it and its face was all crumpled up.
Steck crumpled to the moraine, and it looked as though he'd be bludgeoned to death.
Visiting him in his room at the raffish Chelsea Hotel, I noticed that there was a crumpled cigarette package under the bed.
A few surly McCain people snarled and crumpled up the fliers, but mostly they met kindred spirits.
He snatched up the thrown chair and crashed it down onto the head of a charging older black man, who crumpled into a heap.
He drew a crumpled sheet from his pocket and handed it to Aristide.
He crumpled the poster and inserted it beneath the lid of his iron stove.
The man glanced from that crumpled bill to Drew's tired face and then back again.
There was no mistaking that awful, motionless, crumpled posture.
She crumpled the telegram nervously in her hand, and made a motion to lift the reins.
c.1300, crumplen, frequentative of crumpen "to curl up" (from Old English crump "bent, crooked"). Related: Crumpled; crumpling.