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  • adj. That can be crunched.


crunch +‎ -able (Wiktionary)


  • And this breaks down the credit industry into crunchable numbers.

    People with credit cards are keen. « Dating Jesus

  • As soon as Oprah puts down crunchable foods, I'm sure the whole problem will be resolved.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • In this book, the monsters are satisfyingly juicy and crunchable.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • The more diffuse and un-crunchable aspects of sexual expression -- love, intimacy, power, surrender, sensuality, and excitement -- rarely make it to the front page.

    Esther Perel: The Mechanics Of Sex

  • Super-crunchable data can be broadly statistical or profoundly personal.

    Era Of The Super Cruncher

  • A scullery in the old world was, in the case of such houses as ours, a damp, unsavory, mainly subterranean region behind the dark living-room kitchen, that was rendered more than typically dirty in our case by the fact that into it the coal-cellar, a yawning pit of black uncleanness, opened, and diffused small crunchable particles about the uneven brick floor.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • The central idea -- reducing securities markets to mathematically crunchable datasets that can be objectively analyzed -- is as old as trading itself.

    Let Your PC Do the Investing

  • The bone was of crunchable size, but she lifted it out delicately and placed it on the ground for special treatment.

    See Delphi and Die

  • But if there is one source of information on the U.S. economy that still draws close attention despite being thin on crunchable numbers, it's the largely-anecdotal survey compiled eight times a year by the Federal Reserve.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The Federal Aviation Administration has allowed some airports that don't have enough room for full-size safety areas to install crunchable concrete beds called "engineered material arresting systems" at the ends of runways. Local


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