adjective, crisp·er, crisp·est.
verb (used with or without object)
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Origin of crisp
OTHER WORDS FROM crispcrisply, adverbcrispness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for crisp
He came out joyously into the freshness and crispness of the early morning.Katharine Frensham|Beatrice Harraden
There was not much to eat, only biscuits, whose freshness and crispness had been lost in moist pockets."Contemptible"|"Casualty"
The vexation of years was crystallized in the lightness and crispness of her voice.
Was she mocking him, in that voice of hers, which still kept some Welsh crispness against the invading burr of the West Country?Five Tales|John Galsworthy
There is a crispness and sharpness about his tones—that shibboleth of militaryism.Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St Luke|Henry Burton
British Dictionary definitions for crisp
Derived forms of crispcrisply, adverbcrispness, noun
Word Origin for crisp
Idioms and Phrases with crisp
see burn to a cinder (crisp).