rumple definition by Webster's New World
Origin: Middle Dutch rompel ; from rompe, a wrinkle, akin to Old English hrympel, a wrinkle ; from Indo-European an unverified form (s)kremb-, to twist: see shrimp
- rumply adverb
rumple definition by American Heritage Dictionary
verb rum·pled, rum·pling, rum·ples verb, transitive
Origin: Perhaps Dutch rompelen, from Middle Dutch rumpelen.
- rumˈply adjective