crusty

[ kruhs-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF crusty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRUSTY

It was hard to believe that she was the daughter of so crusty a man as Hiram Bartlett.

She conquered a crusty old woman, who was soured to all the world.

"So you just be off, or I'll call the police," the crusty doorkeeper said.

In the morning make into a loaf and put in a crusty bread pan.

In his basket was a melon, crusty rolls, peaches and a bottle of cream.

They were peevish, crusty, silent, eying nothing in particular and moving their feet.

He was the only one who could get on with the crusty uncle Cæcilius.

The combatants neared the door behind which Crusty was ensconced.

He got crusty about the boat being damaged, and wanted about two sovs!

Then he got crusty, and we all but got left behind by the steamer.

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