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  • I fall knee deep in the nest and trumple into the nest places of the nest.

    The Nest

  • I trumple from rath in mine mines when I rimimirim!

    Finnegans Wake

  • We have politicians that do not see more than the next election, blood sucker elit and businesspersons that trumple all ethical and moral values, and sleep walking people with a strong enough shoulder to carry them.

    WN.com - Business News

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  • trumple - v. To figuratively crush underfoot. To damage or destroy by actions or words employed with callous indifference to truth or consequences.

    Collected by Dr. W.G. Marx from a CBS News report on "mall brawls," Dec. 27, 2016.

    Civility's surface, though rumpled,

    Had never before wholly crumpled

    Till electoral games

    In this year of shames

    Saw standards of decency trumpled.

    December 31, 2016