from The Century Dictionary.
- Easily broken; brittle; crisp; crump.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Brittle; crisp.
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This old and crumpy man will make your life a living HELL and this includes the life of your daughters as well.
Though she has uped her crumpy sneak attacks on both of them, in the hope they will go away.
Feel crumpy, she thought, and she could almost hear her granny saying to her grand ad
Generally he found Winsome busy with her household affairs, sometimes with her sleeves buckled above her elbows, rolling the tough dough for the crumpy farles of the oat-cake, and scattering handfuls of dry meal over it with deft fingers to bring the mass to its proper consistency for rolling out upon the bake-board.
Iphone is like 50 year old man, experience, got potential and are wise, otoh. they are crumpy and unwillig to adapt.
He has not been feeling good since he started his new school, he is depresed again and very crumpy to everyone.
April 19th, 2010 3: 42 pm ET what government??? we have the democrats working hard to restore our country while the republicans have sat around openly stating they are not going to do anything as long as barack obama is president. in my opinion the repubs are stealing money from the american people every time they cash their paychecks. the bums need to be sent to arizonia with there long grim faces an be made to guard the border against the mexicans that mccain all of a sudden thinks should be stopped an jailed. at least they would be earning their paycheck. mccain should be the leader since he has gone from maveric to old, crumpy and just nasty. what a sight that would be. the poor mexicans would run back to mexico in sheer horror when running up against a bunch that ugly and crumpy. nameless
crumpy: Huh, the mobile me calendar beta doesn't do push notifications for iPad.