Definitions

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  • noun Agent noun of crumble; one who crumbles.

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Examples

  • Initially the mystery bowler who Allan Border couldn't pick at all, he evolved into the consummate offspinner of our age, as lethal on a first-day pitch as he was on a fifth-day crumbler.

    Pakistan find a corner of Birmingham to be very much like home

  • The Miran answered with the neutron beam, atomic and gamma bombs -- and the crumbler ray.

    The Ultimate Weapon

  • He had to have the crumbler protection as well --!

    The Ultimate Weapon

  • He can't, I suspect, put too much power behind his crumbler, or he'd have crumbling going on at home.

    The Ultimate Weapon

  • Desperately he was working at the crumbler-protection controls -- but immediately set them back as they were.

    The Ultimate Weapon

  • There was resistance, enormous resistance -- the ship crumpled in on itself, the tail vanished in dust as a sweeping crumbler beam caught it at last -- and the remaining portion of the ship plowed into the nose of the Miran.

    The Ultimate Weapon

  • If the ship's too small, they may not destroy it with the big crumbler rays.

    The Ultimate Weapon

  • We can, as we do in the crumbler stunt, change it.

    The Ultimate Weapon

  • The crumbler became more intense, the violet glow more vivid.

    The Ultimate Weapon

  • When we fight his crumbler, we actually add heat-energy to it, ourselves, and make the heating effect just twice as bad.

    The Ultimate Weapon

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