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View synonyms for crumby

crumby

1

[ kruhm-ee ]

adjective

, crumb·i·er, crumb·i·est.
  1. full of crumbs.


crumby

2

[ kruhm-ee ]

adjective

, crumb·i·er, crumb·i·est.

crumby

/ ˈkrʌmɪ /

adjective

  1. full of or littered with crumbs
  2. soft, like the inside of bread
  3. See crummy
    a variant spelling of crummy 1


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Word History and Origins

Origin of crumby1

First recorded in 1725–35; crumb + -y 1

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Example Sentences

B."It's really too bad that so much crumby stuff is a lot of fun sometimes."

I took a spoon for the crumbs from my box at noon, Grace loved cake, even the crumby kind.

And ever since China has been getting "the crumby side" of every deal.

Rub all together into a crumby mass, then pack into the fowl.

"I bet Prosper le Gai would have played a dandy game of football," said Dum, getting her sheets all crumby with crackers.

Towsley eyed it lingeringly, even lovingly, yet the passes toward his crumby lips were few and far between.

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