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
The shrimp are fried with a crisp crust drizzled with a sweet chili sauce, a presentation that would overwhelm bland shrimp.
His rack of lamb looks great—pink and glistening, with a roasty brown crust rubbed with ground blood-orange peel and a bone that swings out of each chop like the grip on a saber.
There are also three choices for crust (regular, wheat, and gluten free).
Terry Maley will speak about basalt, one of the most recognizable and common rocks in Earth’s crust.
Among his specialty cake flavors are his apple pie cake — a vanilla bean cake with pie crust, apple pie filling and caramel frosting; and his hot chocolate cake.
Those weak spots, likely caused by movements deep in the Earth’s crust, cause cracks and fault lines in the earth.
Indulge in one of their many cakes on offer, all rich and delicate at the same time, with that perfect crispy crust.
Pizza Crust Prepping for pizza night doesn’t have to be an all-day affair, thanks to Trader Joe’s gluten-free cheese pizza with a cauliflower crust.
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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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