crankle [ krang-kuhl ]
noun, verb (used with or without object), cran·kled, cran·kling.
1. bend; turn; crinkle.
Origin: First recorded in 1585–95; crank + -le
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR CRANKLE
The facts are there, and Crankle's speech to evidence ripped him up in a terrific manner.
ROLAND CASHEL|CHARLES JAMES LEVER
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