Antonyms for crisps

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Boil about twenty minutes, until it crisps, stirring constantly.

To climb it is a noonday nightmare, and to think of having climbed it crisps all the fifty-six joints of one's twenty digits.

The ladies also receive twopence each for crisps and crumcakes at Shrovetide.

Mrs. Bisbee and the little Crisps were not the only ones who learned to watch for it.

Their clothes were almost gone, they were burned to crisps by the tropic sun.

Mirth opens the mouth towards the ears, crisps the nose, half shuts the eyes, and sometimes fills them with tears.

Another reason for cooking is that it either softens or crisps our food so that we can chew it better and digest it more readily.

Boil quickly, trying a little in water occasionally until it crisps.

Boil quickly, and drop a little in water occasionally until it crisps.

Beaten biscuits, rolls, and crisps are also serviceable for picnic dinners.