from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that crisps, especially a compartment in a refrigerator used for storing vegetables and keeping them fresh.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. comparative form of crisp: more crisp
- n. A cooled food storage container, used to cool items that do not require complete refrigeration.
- n. The section of a refrigerator used to store fruit and vegetables at a slightly higher temperature than the rest of the refrigerator.
- n. An instrument for making little curls in the nap of cloth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, crisps or curls; an instrument for making little curls in the nap of cloth, as in chinchilla.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which crisps, corrugates, or curls. Specifically
- n. An instrument for crisping the nap of cloth; a crisping-iron or crisping-pin.
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Making the images look cleaner and crisper is nice and all, but there is just something about the classic look of an older movie.
My friend Sidney thought the orchestra could have been a little "crisper," but I thought Runnicles and his troupe were extraordinary.
Another bonus is that a quick Mexican-style meal can use up all the bits of veggies left in your crisper which is exactly what I wanted to do today, in order to make room for veggies from the Farmers Market tomorrow.
I've been holding off on trying them myself, since they are plastic, but one more incidence of rubbery carrots in my "crisper" drawer and I may be persuaded.
The closer it conforms to its ideal, the "crisper" it is said to be, and the more effective it will be.
The retailer is also going back to basics within its stores by returning merchandise that customers missed during an effort to give stores a crisper look.
The chips could have been a shade crisper, perhaps, but were buttery- soft within.
For whatever reason, the color and images were crisper.
Their answers to the study's questions are crisper and surer than those of their nonreligious counterparts.
So the amount of nutrients in that fresh spinach in your crisper, or those pears on your counter, depends on how long ago they were picked, how many days they spent in transit to your supermarket, and how long they sat before you ate them.