crumb[ kruhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF crumb
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRUMB
I got all worried up about him, barely peckin' at a crumb or two.
It is as though I had asked for a crumb of bread, and he gave me the entire loaf.
Why, a man didn't know where to turn himself for a crumb of comfort.
Try if the fat is hot by dropping a crumb into it; if it browns at once, put in the fish.
Slice to these the crumb of four small rolls, and then strain to it three quarts of good veal gravy, boiled with a blade of mace.
There was not a crumb of biscuit, and only half a pound of coffee.
He looked at Gorman, pathetically anxious for some crumb of encouragement.
I spent a whole miserable Sunday in exploring this crumb of land.
To which Gyp replied: "If your life was empty, wouldn't you jump at a crumb?"
When ready to crumb the fish, lay them in a cloth and thoroughly dry them.