crimp

Crimp vs Bent - What's the difference?

crimp | bent |


As an adjective crimp

is (obsolete) easily crumbled; friable; brittle.

As a noun crimp

is a fastener or a fastening method that secures parts by bending metal around a joint and squeezing it together, often with a tool that adds indentations to capture the parts or crimp can be an agent making it his business to procure seamen, soldiers, etc, especially by seducing, decoying, entrapping, or impressing them [since the passing of the merchant shipping act of 1854, applied to one who infringes sub-section 1 of this act, ie to a person other than the owner, master, etc, who engages seamen without a license from the board of trade].

As a verb crimp

is to fasten by bending metal so that it squeezes around the parts to be fastened or crimp can be to impress (seamen or soldiers); to entrap, to decoy.

As a proper noun bent is

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Crimp vs Tighten - What's the difference?

crimp | tighten | Related terms |

Crimp is a related term of tighten.


As verbs the difference between crimp and tighten

is that crimp is to fasten by bending metal so that it squeezes around the parts to be fastened or crimp can be to impress (seamen or soldiers); to entrap, to decoy while tighten is to make tighter.

As an adjective crimp

is (obsolete) easily crumbled; friable; brittle.

As a noun crimp

is a fastener or a fastening method that secures parts by bending metal around a joint and squeezing it together, often with a tool that adds indentations to capture the parts or crimp can be an agent making it his business to procure seamen, soldiers, etc, especially by seducing, decoying, entrapping, or impressing them [since the passing of the merchant shipping act of 1854, applied to one who infringes sub-section 1 of this act, ie to a person other than the owner, master, etc, who engages seamen without a license from the board of trade].

Crimp vs Crush - What's the difference?

crimp | crush | Related terms |

Crimp is a related term of crush.


As nouns the difference between crimp and crush

is that crimp is a fastener or a fastening method that secures parts by bending metal around a joint and squeezing it together, often with a tool that adds indentations to capture the parts or crimp can be an agent making it his business to procure seamen, soldiers, etc, especially by seducing, decoying, entrapping, or impressing them [since the passing of the merchant shipping act of 1854, applied to one who infringes sub-section 1 of this act, ie to a person other than the owner, master, etc, who engages seamen without a license from the board of trade] while crush is a violent collision or compression; a crash; destruction; ruin.

As verbs the difference between crimp and crush

is that crimp is to fasten by bending metal so that it squeezes around the parts to be fastened or crimp can be to impress (seamen or soldiers); to entrap, to decoy while crush is to press or bruise between two hard bodies; to squeeze, so as to destroy the natural shape or integrity of the parts, or to force together into a mass.

As an adjective crimp

is (obsolete) easily crumbled; friable; brittle.

Tangle vs Crimp - What's the difference?

tangle | crimp | Related terms |

Tangle is a related term of crimp.


As verbs the difference between tangle and crimp

is that tangle is to become mixed together or intertwined while crimp is to fasten by bending metal so that it squeezes around the parts to be fastened or crimp can be to impress (seamen or soldiers); to entrap, to decoy.

As nouns the difference between tangle and crimp

is that tangle is a tangled twisted mass or tangle can be any large type of seaweed, especially a species of laminaria while crimp is a fastener or a fastening method that secures parts by bending metal around a joint and squeezing it together, often with a tool that adds indentations to capture the parts or crimp can be an agent making it his business to procure seamen, soldiers, etc, especially by seducing, decoying, entrapping, or impressing them [since the passing of the merchant shipping act of 1854, applied to one who infringes sub-section 1 of this act, ie to a person other than the owner, master, etc, who engages seamen without a license from the board of trade].

As an adjective crimp is

(obsolete) easily crumbled; friable; brittle.

Crimp vs Crimpy - What's the difference?

crimp | crimpy |


As adjectives the difference between crimp and crimpy

is that crimp is (obsolete) easily crumbled; friable; brittle while crimpy is having a crimped appearance; frizzly.

As a noun crimp

is a fastener or a fastening method that secures parts by bending metal around a joint and squeezing it together, often with a tool that adds indentations to capture the parts or crimp can be an agent making it his business to procure seamen, soldiers, etc, especially by seducing, decoying, entrapping, or impressing them [since the passing of the merchant shipping act of 1854, applied to one who infringes sub-section 1 of this act, ie to a person other than the owner, master, etc, who engages seamen without a license from the board of trade].

As a verb crimp

is to fasten by bending metal so that it squeezes around the parts to be fastened or crimp can be to impress (seamen or soldiers); to entrap, to decoy.

Crimp vs Crims - What's the difference?

crimp | crims |


As nouns the difference between crimp and crims

is that crimp is a fastener or a fastening method that secures parts by bending metal around a joint and squeezing it together, often with a tool that adds indentations to capture the parts or crimp can be an agent making it his business to procure seamen, soldiers, etc, especially by seducing, decoying, entrapping, or impressing them [since the passing of the merchant shipping act of 1854, applied to one who infringes sub-section 1 of this act, ie to a person other than the owner, master, etc, who engages seamen without a license from the board of trade] while crims is .

As an adjective crimp

is (obsolete) easily crumbled; friable; brittle.

As a verb crimp

is to fasten by bending metal so that it squeezes around the parts to be fastened or crimp can be to impress (seamen or soldiers); to entrap, to decoy.

Crimp vs Crip - What's the difference?

crimp | crip |


As nouns the difference between crimp and crip

is that crimp is a fastener or a fastening method that secures parts by bending metal around a joint and squeezing it together, often with a tool that adds indentations to capture the parts or crimp can be an agent making it his business to procure seamen, soldiers, etc, especially by seducing, decoying, entrapping, or impressing them [since the passing of the merchant shipping act of 1854, applied to one who infringes sub-section 1 of this act, ie to a person other than the owner, master, etc, who engages seamen without a license from the board of trade] while crip is a member of , a violent los angeles criminal gang that has an intense and bitter rivalry with the bloods.

As an adjective crimp

is (obsolete) easily crumbled; friable; brittle.

As a verb crimp

is to fasten by bending metal so that it squeezes around the parts to be fastened or crimp can be to impress (seamen or soldiers); to entrap, to decoy.

Crimp vs Crim - What's the difference?

crimp | crim |


As nouns the difference between crimp and crim

is that crimp is a fastener or a fastening method that secures parts by bending metal around a joint and squeezing it together, often with a tool that adds indentations to capture the parts or crimp can be an agent making it his business to procure seamen, soldiers, etc, especially by seducing, decoying, entrapping, or impressing them [since the passing of the merchant shipping act of 1854, applied to one who infringes sub-section 1 of this act, ie to a person other than the owner, master, etc, who engages seamen without a license from the board of trade] while crim is (uk|australia|informal) a criminal.

As an adjective crimp

is (obsolete) easily crumbled; friable; brittle.

As a verb crimp

is to fasten by bending metal so that it squeezes around the parts to be fastened or crimp can be to impress (seamen or soldiers); to entrap, to decoy.

Crimp vs Scrimp - What's the difference?

crimp | scrimp |


As adjectives the difference between crimp and scrimp

is that crimp is (obsolete) easily crumbled; friable; brittle while scrimp is short; scanty; curtailed.

As nouns the difference between crimp and scrimp

is that crimp is a fastener or a fastening method that secures parts by bending metal around a joint and squeezing it together, often with a tool that adds indentations to capture the parts or crimp can be an agent making it his business to procure seamen, soldiers, etc, especially by seducing, decoying, entrapping, or impressing them [since the passing of the merchant shipping act of 1854, applied to one who infringes sub-section 1 of this act, ie to a person other than the owner, master, etc, who engages seamen without a license from the board of trade] while scrimp is a pinching miser; a niggard.

As verbs the difference between crimp and scrimp

is that crimp is to fasten by bending metal so that it squeezes around the parts to be fastened or crimp can be to impress (seamen or soldiers); to entrap, to decoy while scrimp is to make too small or short; to scant; to contract; to shorten.

Crimp vs Crisp - What's the difference?

crimp | crisp |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between crimp and crisp

is that crimp is (obsolete) a card game while crisp is (obsolete) lively; sparking; effervescing.

As adjectives the difference between crimp and crisp

is that crimp is (obsolete) easily crumbled; friable; brittle while crisp is (of something seen or heard) sharp, clearly defined.

As nouns the difference between crimp and crisp

is that crimp is a fastener or a fastening method that secures parts by bending metal around a joint and squeezing it together, often with a tool that adds indentations to capture the parts or crimp can be an agent making it his business to procure seamen, soldiers, etc, especially by seducing, decoying, entrapping, or impressing them [since the passing of the merchant shipping act of 1854, applied to one who infringes sub-section 1 of this act, ie to a person other than the owner, master, etc, who engages seamen without a license from the board of trade] while crisp is (british) a thin slice of fried potato eaten as a snack.

As verbs the difference between crimp and crisp

is that crimp is to fasten by bending metal so that it squeezes around the parts to be fastened or crimp can be to impress (seamen or soldiers); to entrap, to decoy while crisp is to make crisp.

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