Examples of crust in a Sentence
Her children prefer to eat their sandwiches with the crust cut off.
a pie with flaky crust
He likes pizza with thin crust.
Recent Examples of crust from the Web
Ripe, yellow tomatoes brought a farm-market touch to a flaky pastry crust layered with creamy sheep’s milk ricotta, arugula pesto, and a sweet-tart balsamic drizzle.
The elegant restaurant serves classic Neapolitan-style pizza with perfectly doughy crust and spare, flavorful toppings.
Good pizza, festive atmosphere, and a novelty: Diners are encouraged to pour a dollop of local honey on their crusts.
Pick a pie filling and a crust and get in the kitchen.
The house dough here produces a crust on the thick side, a texture that might bother some.
Kapur wants the bun to have some crunch, but allowing the exterior to harden to a crust would limit how airy the dough could grow.
When pan searing fish, pat it dry to help ensure a nice crust.
For the crust, mix flour, confectioners’ sugar, cinnamon and salt in large bowl until well blended.
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Origin and Etymology of crust
audaciousness, audacity, brashness, brass, brassiness, brazenness, cheek, cheekiness, chutzpah (also chutzpa), effrontery, face, gall, nerve, nerviness, pertness, presumption, presumptuousness, sauce, sauciness, temerity;
CRUST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crust for English Language Learners
: the hard outer surface of bread
: the outside part of a pie
: the bread that is used to make a pizza
CRUST Defined for Kids
Definition of crust for Students
- a crust of snow
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