Examples of crunchy in a Sentence
These cookies are very crunchy.
Recent Examples of crunchy from the Web
An abundantly refreshing butter lettuce salad offers some of the only pork on the menu—dark, crunchy guanciale bits showered over the greens and sweet stretches of pickled red onion.
After a few years of hit-or-miss formulas—and some seriously crunchy packaging—natural beauty products have finally found their spot on the shelf.
Red has a bit of spice, white is nice and crunchy and sweet.
Unlike other single-serving crunchy snacks — ahem, potato chips — these sturdy chickpeas won’t be easily smushed in your bag.
Most Americans grew up thinking of tacos as those crunchy, sunny yellow circles folded into a deep-sided boat just wide enough to hold a spoonful of timidly spicy filling and narrow enough to contain our ideas of what Mexican cooking is.
On Ti Amo, the veteran French pop rockers do everything well: infectious melodies, dance-ready beats, percolating synths, crunchy guitars, and stadium-worthy dynamics.
Oakland Coliseum (Athletics) BEST: Ahi poke tacos Quick and bite-sized, these fish tacos at the Shibe Park Tavern in the Coliseum are a perfect mix of sweet, salty and crunchy.
Lucali manages to make a thin crust that gets neither greasy nor crunchy.
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First Known Use of crunchy
CRUNCHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crunchy for English Language Learners
: having a hard texture and making a loud sound when chewed or crushed : not soft or mushy
CRUNCHY Defined for Kids
Definition of crunchy for Students
: being firm and making a sharp sound when chewed or crushed
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