crumby

1
[kruhm-ee]

adjective, crumb·i·er, crumb·i·est.

full of crumbs.

Nearby words

  1. crumble,
  2. crumblings,
  3. crumbly,
  4. crumbs,
  5. crumbum,
  6. crumhorn,
  7. crummie,
  8. crummock water,
  9. crummy,
  10. crump

Origin of crumby

1
First recorded in 1725–35; crumb + -y1

crumby

2
[kruhm-ee]

adjective, crumb·i·er, crumb·i·est.

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British Dictionary definitions for crumby

crumby

adjective crumbier or crumbiest

full of or littered with crumbs
soft, like the inside of bread
a variant spelling of crummy 1
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Word Origin and History for crumby

crumby

adj.

1731, "full of crumbs," from crumb + -y (2). Overlapping somewhat with crummy, but generally restricted to the more literal senses.

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