crisp[ krisp ]SEE DEFINITION OF crisp
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRISP
He started to get up, but the marshal's crisp voice cut in on him.
Fill your salad bowl with the crisp leaves, from which the flowerhead has been plucked.
"It hasn't been convenient to do it before," was the crisp answer.
Marny spoke in crisp, detached sentences between the pats of his brush.
If you baste it with any thing else, or with its own dripping, the skin will not be crisp.
Miss Georgie rose, the crisp, businesslike operator, and went to the table.
At the end of a crisp November day I was just about starting home.
Unless something happened, and that quickly, they would be seared to a crisp.
Theirs were out and could have burned him to a crisp before he could move.
Set it before the fire, or put it into the oven till the bread is crisp; garnish it with carrots, or any thing that is in season.