krump

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krump (uncountable)

  1. Krumping: an energetic style of hip-hop dance
    • 2009 February 18, Kristin Rushowy, “Schools seek more police as crime drops”, Toronto Star:
      Martin Douglas has several projects on the go, including a Monday evening basketball game with students and other teens in the community, as well as a weekly "krumping out crime" where students gather after school in the cafeteria to do homework, and then learn krump, the urban dance style.

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krump

  1. crooked

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