scrummy

[ skruhm-ee ]
/ ˈskrʌm i /

adjective, scrum·mi·er, scrum·mi·est. Chiefly British Informal.

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Origin of scrummy

First recorded in 1910–15; scrum(ptious) + -y1
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Example sentences from the Web for scrummy

  • All we had was bread and butter, cake, and strawberries with cream; but oh, they were scrummy.

British Dictionary definitions for scrummy

scrummy
/ (ˈskrʌmɪ) /

adjective -mier or -miest informal

delicious; lovely

Word Origin for scrummy

C20: from scrumptious
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