It crisped the poor fellow to a cinder, and sheared the head of my comrade clean off.
The skies they were ashen and sober, and the leaves they were crisped and sere.
Herrick has,—“the crisped yew,” and the American Thoreau,—“A million crisped waves.”
They appear to be crisped over the fire which is all the cooking required.
He crisped an envelope vindictively, and threw it in the waste-basket.
It crisped in his fingers, as he turned it over inspecting it.
When the night nurse awoke he was crisped in a horrible rigor.
It crisped and sparkled, and sent out a pungent odor, then turned and writhed between his fingers, like a living thing in pain.
So she tended the bacon slices with care until they grew brown and crisped and curled at the edges.
The soil of England is crisped like the waves of the sea when the wind moves them lightly.