Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of crumble.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of crumble.

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Examples

  • When every comment by ‘and thats the way the cookie crumbles is both shorter and less profound than the commenter’s moniker, one can’t help but weep for the tragic abuse and waste of space, pixels, and ultimately the collection of differentiated cells that produced them.

    Think Progress » Is Taxpayer Money Being Funneled Through The Chamber Of Commerce To Kill Health Reform?

  • The prison official confirmed that there was indeed asbestos in these buildings but not the type that crumbles, which is the deadly kind.

    On the Right Track

  • The prison official confirmed that there was indeed asbestos in these buildings but not the type that crumbles, which is the deadly kind.

    On the Right Track

  • The prison official confirmed that there was indeed asbestos in these buildings but not the type that crumbles, which is the deadly kind.

    On the Right Track

  • According to this book, all my oat-based crisps should really be called crumbles or grunts as they aren't crisp.

    Your tummy says howdy

  • According to this book, all my oat-based crisps should really be called crumbles or grunts as they aren't crisp.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • NOTE: If you want a fine-textured loaf, grind the "crumbles", or the reconstituted soy protein in a food processor or a food mill until ground quite fine.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Ned crumbles up a blank sheet of printer paper and tosses it at me.

    Soul Trapper

  • The ditches alongside are the same grey noncolor as the dust that coats the sage and rabbitbrush, the banks sloping crumbles of powdery soil that say “not far away from here were once volcanoes.”

    Bird Cloud

  • Too soon, and the first reform crumbles; too late, and the reformers end up hostage to their creations.

    The Return

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