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  • noun The state of being crunchy

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In fact, as I simultaneously munched and pondered, I thought that perhaps the crunchiness was the most interesting thing this cereal had going for it.

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  • It should no longer have a raw taste, but still have some resistance or "crunchiness" in the center.

    Flavors of Spain I Adore You -- A Paella Variation

  • It should no longer have a raw taste, but still have some resistance or "crunchiness" in the center.

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  • Nikon pulled back on the sharpening levels, leaving the choice of added "crunchiness" to a photographer's post-production predilections.

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  • It would have to draw upon the existing tendencies towards "crunchiness" out there, but which also -- I hope at least -- makes space for the sort of populism that Obama's liberal America, in reference to all of the above, might well touch upon, but which as yet may not be coherent enough to drawn out of him the way I'd like to think it could be.

    In Medias Res

  • The French port glazed leg of lamb had been grilled to the charbroiled crunchiness on the outside and succulent tenderness on the inside that the Dawg appreciated, but south, in the Mayan jungle, he finally escaped the prison of the mind with a glass or two of good wine.

    A Prison of the Mind

  • The French port glazed leg of lamb had been grilled to the charbroiled crunchiness on the outside and succulent tenderness on the inside that the Dawg appreciated, but south, in the Mayan jungle, he finally escaped the prison of the mind with a glass or two of good wine.

    A Prison of the Mind

  • The French port glazed leg of lamb had been grilled to the charbroiled crunchiness on the outside and succulent tenderness on the inside that the Dawg appreciated, but south, in the Mayan jungle, he finally escaped the prison of the mind with a glass or two of good wine.

    A Prison of the Mind

  • The French port glazed leg of lamb had been grilled to the charbroiled crunchiness on the outside and succulent tenderness on the inside that the Dawg appreciated, but south, in the Mayan jungle, he finally escaped the prison of the mind with a glass or two of good wine.

    A Prison of the Mind

  • The French port glazed leg of lamb had been grilled to the charbroiled crunchiness on the outside and succulent tenderness on the inside that the Dawg appreciated, but south, in the Mayan jungle, he finally escaped the prison of the mind with a glass or two of good wine.

    A Prison of the Mind

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