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crispy

[ kris-pee ]
/ ˈkrɪs pi /
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adjective, crisp·i·er, crisp·i·est.
(especially of food) brittle; crisp.
curly or wavy.
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Origin of crispy

First recorded in 1350–1400, crispy is from the Middle English word crispi.See crisp, -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM crispy

crisp·i·ly, adverbcrisp·i·ness, noun
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How to use crispy in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for crispy

crispy
/ (ˈkrɪspɪ) /

adjective crispier or crispiest
crisp
having waves or curls

Derived forms of crispy

crispily, adverbcrispiness, noun
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