Examples from the Web for cruller
She snatched the cruller off just in time to save it, and the room echoed her laughter.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
So I made no remarks upon the cruller, and finally Ma give a gulp and gasped out the bad news.Believe You Me!|Nina Wilcox Putnam
Mark seized his third almost boiling cruller and turned to Billy.
"Yes, yes," Billy replied through a mouthful of cruller, hot enough to make an ordinary man groan with pain.
Under low lodges of canvas or bowers of pine branches the women were at work boiling meat or cooking a rude sort of cruller.The Captain of the Gray-Horse Troop|Hamlin Garland
British Dictionary definitions for cruller
Word Origin for cruller
Word Origin and History for cruller
1805, American English, apparently from Dutch kruller, from krullen "to curl," from Middle Dutch crullen, related to curl.