Crumpled in a sentence as an adjective

When the explorers from earth struck them, their chests crumpled like a beetle might on earth.

Of the dozen bills in my pocket right now, none is older than 2006, and none are crumpled.

It's like saying the crumple zone of a car is useless because it crumpled in the accident.

"The car’s sensors can’t tell if a road obstacle is a rock or a crumpled piece of paper, so the car will try to drive around either.

I watch a lot of indie films just because it's easy, while I wouldn't go out to a small crumpled theater downtown to see it, even if it was free.

Huge stacks of paper and file folders filled with old receipts and crumpled-up forms have been replaced by a tiny device with a few Goodreader folders.

I need to do the laundry because I have a client meeting tomorrow and they usually look at me funny when I wear crumpled tee shirts that smell kinda funky.

That is unlikely to be the case with a drive that is at say .5 atm as the pressure is directed inwards, so the worst case over is most probably a drive filled with air or a slightly crumpled drive.

This automobile owner doesn't know it yet, but the same renter who blew through the tolls on the Golden Gate also racked up 12 parking tickets for parking next to a fire hydrant, which he crumpled up and threw away...

Seems the newer generation of programmers don't like that sort of thing!\nI'm not old by any stretch of the imagination, but I always thought of programmers as beardy types with awkward glasses, brown trousers and a crumpled shirt/t-shirt.

Crumpled definitions


of metal e.g.; "bent nails"; "a car with a crumpled front end"; "dented fenders"

See also: bent dented