crump

[v] - make a crunching noise, as of an engine lacking lubricants 2. [v] - bombard with heavy shells 3. [v] - explode heavily or with a loud dull noise
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Crump

Crump adjective [ Anglo-Saxon crumb stooping, bent down; akin to Old High German chrumb , German krumm , Dan. krum , D. krom , and English cramp .] 1. Crooked; bent. [ Obsolete] « Crooked backs and crump shoulders. Jer. Taylor. ...
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crump

thud 1 scrunch verb make a noise typical of an engine lacking lubricants
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Crump

• (a.) Hard or crusty; dry baked; as, a crump loaf. • (a.) Crooked; bent.
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Crump

Crump was British army Great War slang for a German 5.9 shell or shell-burst.
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Crump

A multi-purpose term which can be an insult, an exclamation and some other things as well. It generally means bad, but can also mean good, depending on the context: that ain
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