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Use "crumples" in a sentence
"But a bridge which collapses (okay, "crumples") in a controlled, survivable way is better than one which just dumps you right in the bay when a quake hits."
"When he "crumples" on the "loving" breast of his parent (and in my view a person who administers a beating to a living being who is"
"Another argument is that sports like basketball, football and baseball hog the best American athletes—a notion that crumples at the feet of the world's best player, Argentina's Lionel Messi, who's barely 5-foot-7."