adjective, crisp·er, crisp·est.
verb (used with or without object)
Origin of crisp
Related formscrisp·ly, adverbcrisp·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for crisply
Strong, young, crisply uniformed, he or she would shake, sigh, stare blankly, or cry, recounting variations of this statement.Bergdahl’s Bitter Homecoming: The Psychological Cost of War|Jean Kim|July 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Piazza Sempione was dominated by crisply pleated skirts and simple shirt-dresses.
"I realize that in a way I'm partly responsible for this," he said crisply.The Heritage of the Sioux|B.M. Bower
Presently a third person joined them—a man of massive build with crisply curling hair and a big beard.The Bungalow Boys Along the Yukon|Dexter J. Forrester
Deftly the ranger dished up the potatoes and crisply browned fish.Voice from the Cave|Mildred A. Wirt
"Lieutenant Dolliver Wims reportin' fer dooty, suh," the saluting Wims said crisply.I Was a Teen-Age Secret Weapon|Richard Sabia
Get brief communications from citizens, but have each letter make only one point, and that crisply.Why do we need a public library?|Various
British Dictionary definitions for crisply
Derived Formscrisply, adverbcrispness, noun
Word Origin for crisp
Idioms and Phrases with crisply
see burn to a cinder (crisp).