adjective, crisp·i·er, crisp·i·est.
Origin of crispy
Related formscrisp·i·ly, adverbcrisp·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for crispy
The Plaza Hotel cooked a fancy-pants latke with red wine braised oxtail, horseradish sunchoke cream, and crispy kale.
“I think as the ubiquity of French fries prove, everyone loves a crispy fried potato,” he said in an email.
How did people get the idea that loving tender, crispy fried chicken was some strange thing that only racial minorities do?
Then sprinkle the crispy bugs on salads or mix in with Chex Mix.Cicadas, Grasshoppers, Locusts, Ants Among the Tastiest Insects|Nina Strochlic|May 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
His name is Crispy, which makes everyone laugh whenever he introduces himself.
It is more economical to cut salt pork into small bits, and try it till the pork is brown and crispy.The American Frugal Housewife|Lydia M. Child
Bake fifteen minutes and serve on slices of crisp, hot, buttered toast with or without a thin, crispy slice of bacon.Standard Paper-Bag Cookery|Emma Paddock Telford
Which d' you want for your supper, shortcakes or some o' them crispy rye ones?Betty Leicester|Sarah Orne Jewett
Fleetwood scrutinized the cast of his features and the touch of his fingers on the crispy paper.The Amazing Marriage, Complete|George Meredith
The air is crispy, and, though cold, full of life and invigorating power.Airy Fairy Lilian|Margaret Wolfe Hamilton (AKA Duchess)