Definition of crisper
: one that crisps; specifically : a closed container in a refrigerator intended to prevent loss of moisture from fresh produce
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His approach differs from that of a purist like Harry Connick Jr., who turned in a crisper, more allegro version of the anthem before this year’s Kentucky Derby.
The keys feel a little crisper when pressed, with a positive switch action and a good amount of key travel.
That man inspired me all my life to get my voice crisper, get my diaphragm harder, use less air and just spit it out.
The Warriors, who clinched a third consecutive Pacific Division title, came out with more physical edge, rotating crisper, contesting almost every shot and causing disruption with deflections (18 Orlando turnovers).
Even white trim and cabinets seems brighter and crisper next to buttery walls in this kitchen designed by Lindsey Coral Harper.
The iPhone 4’s home screen is on the right and is much crisper and more detailed.
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