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Meanings of Criminously:

adverb

In a criminous manner; criminally. rare after 17th century.

Meanings of Criminousness:

noun

The state or quality of being criminous; criminality.

Crimp

krɪmp

Meanings of Crimp:

verb

Compress (something) into small folds or ridges.

Usage examples:

She crimped the edge of the pie
noun

A folded or compressed edge.

Usage examples:

Anyway, hayley has pouffed her hair out into some ‘rock star’ curls and crimps, and she looks prett…

Meanings of Crimpage:

noun

Crimping.

Crimped

krɪmp

Meanings of Crimped:

verb

Compress (something) into small folds or ridges.

Usage examples:

She crimped the edge of the pie
noun

A folded or compressed edge.

Usage examples:

Anyway, hayley has pouffed her hair out into some ‘rock star’ curls and crimps, and she looks prett…

Crimper

ˈkrɪmpə

Meanings of Crimper:

noun

A person or thing that crimps.

Usage examples:

The same is true for styling tools like hot curlers, curling irons or crimpers.

Crimpers

ˈkrɪmpə

Meanings of Crimpers:

noun

A person or thing that crimps.

Usage examples:

The same is true for styling tools like hot curlers, curling irons or crimpers.

Meanings of Crimping:

verb

Compress (something) into small folds or ridges.

Usage examples:

She crimped the edge of the pie
noun

A folded or compressed edge.

Usage examples:

Anyway, hayley has pouffed her hair out into some ‘rock star’ curls and crimps, and she looks prett…

Meanings of Crimpled:

adjective

Wrinkled, crinkled, curled; finely crumpled; minutely wrinkled or creased.

Meanings of Crimpling:

noun

A crease, wrinkle, or fold; a crinkle.

verb

To cause (something) to shrink or draw together; to wrinkle; to shrivel (something) up; to twist, curl; to ruffle.

Meanings of Crimpness:

noun

The quality of being crimp; especially crispness; curliness.

Crimps

krɪmp

Meanings of Crimps:

verb

Compress (something) into small folds or ridges.

Usage examples:

She crimped the edge of the pie
noun

A folded or compressed edge.

Usage examples:

Anyway, hayley has pouffed her hair out into some ‘rock star’ curls and crimps, and she looks prett…

Crimson

ˈkrɪm.zən

Meanings of Crimson:

adjective

Of a rich deep red colour inclining to purple.

Usage examples:

She blushed crimson with embarrassment
noun

A rich deep red colour inclining to purple.

Usage examples:

A pair of corduroy trousers in livid crimson, they were horrid to behold
verb

(of a person's face) become flushed, especially through embarrassment.

Usage examples:

My face crimsoned and my hands began to shake

Meanings of Crimsoned:

verb

(of a person's face) become flushed, especially through embarrassment.

Usage examples:

My face crimsoned and my hands began to shake
adjective

Of a rich deep red colour inclining to purple.

Usage examples:

She blushed crimson with embarrassment
noun

A rich deep red colour inclining to purple.

Usage examples:

A pair of corduroy trousers in livid crimson, they were horrid to behold

Crimsoning

ˈkrɪmz(ə)n

Meanings of Crimsoning:

verb

(of a person's face) become flushed, especially through embarrassment.

Usage examples:

My face crimsoned and my hands began to shake
adjective

Of a rich deep red colour inclining to purple.

Usage examples:

She blushed crimson with embarrassment
noun

A rich deep red colour inclining to purple.

Usage examples:

A pair of corduroy trousers in livid crimson, they were horrid to behold

Meanings of Crimsons:

noun

A rich deep red colour inclining to purple.

Usage examples:

A pair of corduroy trousers in livid crimson, they were horrid to behold
verb

(of a person's face) become flushed, especially through embarrassment.

Usage examples:

My face crimsoned and my hands began to shake
adjective

Of a rich deep red colour inclining to purple.

Usage examples:

She blushed crimson with embarrassment

Meanings of Crimsony:

adjective

Somewhat crimson in colour.

Meanings of Crin:

noun

Horsehair braid; a fabric made from horsehair, alone or in combination with another fibre; an artificial substitute for this.

Meanings of Crinal:

adjective

Of, relating to, or characteristic of the hair, especially of the head.

Meanings of Crinated:

adjective

Hairy; having hair or hair-like appendages. also (of a leaf, cell, etc.): with a jagged edge, serrate, notched.

Meanings of Crinch:

verb

Crunch.

Meanings of Crine:

verb

To shrink, shrivel, especially with age or heat; to dry up. also with in.

Meanings of Crined:

adjective

Shrunken; shrivelled.

Meanings of Crinet:

noun

A set of segmented metal plates which cover the top and sides of a horse's neck as part of its protective armour. compare "crinière"; "cranet".

Cringe

krɪndʒ

Meanings of Cringe:

verb

Bend one's head and body in fear or apprehension or in a servile manner.

Usage examples:

He cringed away from the blow
noun

An act of cringing.

Usage examples:

The chuckle turned into a cringe as i swung a little, due to the movement caused by my laughter.

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