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- adv. In a crisp manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a crisp manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With crispness; in a crisp manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a well delineated manner
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Here, he called crisply as he tossed Riker the staff.
At times Steve lay quiescent, only muttering fitfully; the next moment he called crisply for Fat Joe -- he feared for his bridge -- and Joe had to exert every iron muscle to hold him down.
"Oh, is that you, Aunt Hannah?" he called crisply, a moment later.
"I'll tell you where he was," she called crisply to the accusing voice at the other end.
As he drew out his watch a voice was heard from the other side of a clump of undergrowth, calling crisply:
Lorraine Dissette has an undated photo that shows the Empress in its heyday: brickwork that looks freshly scrubbed; windows with curtains and decorative leaded glass insets; the hotel's name crisply delineated on its rooftop crown; and the proprietor's name, R.
I overheard a bike store clerk telling a woman that the narrower the bars, the more "crisply" it handles and that it improved the "steering radius".
One senior adviser said the message will be executed "crisply" from now on.
Sessions claims Roberts and Alito answered questions more 'crisply' and with more
"crisply," leaving those who read, willing to read more from the same pen.