crumbly

[ kruhm-blee ]
/ ˈkrʌm bli /

adjective, crum·bli·er, crum·bli·est.

apt to crumble; friable.

Words nearby crumbly

Origin of crumbly

First recorded in 1515–25; crumble + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM crumbly

crum·bli·ness, nounun·crum·bly, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for crumbly

crumbly
/ (ˈkrʌmblɪ) /

adjective -blier or -bliest

easily crumbled or crumbling

noun -blies

British slang an older person

Derived forms of crumbly

crumbliness, noun
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