verb (used with object), rumpled, rumpling.
to crumple or crush into wrinkles:
to rumple a sheet of paper.
to ruffle; tousle (sometimes followed by up):
The wind rumpled her hair.
verb (used without object), rumpled, rumpling.
to become wrinkled or crumpled:
Tissue rumples easily.
a wrinkle or irregular fold; crease.
to make or become wrinkled, crumpled, ruffled, or dishevelled
a wrinkle, fold, or crease
adjective, rumplier, rumpliest. 1. rumpled or tending to rumple: This suit always looks rumply.
noun 1. (slang) sexual intercourse
noun, English History. 1. the remnant of the Long Parliament established by the expulsion of the Presbyterian members in 1648, dismissed by force in 1653, and restored briefly in 1659–60. Rump Parliament noun 1. (English history) the remainder of the Long Parliament after Pride’s Purge. It sat from 1648–53
noun, plural rumpuses. 1. a noisy or violent disturbance; commotion; uproar: There was a terrible rumpus going on upstairs. 2. a heated controversy: a rumpus over the school-bond issue. noun (pl) -puses 1. a noisy, confused, or disruptive commotion rumpus