crusty

Crisp vs Crusty - What's the difference?

crisp | crusty |


As adjectives the difference between crisp and crusty

is that crisp is (of something seen or heard) sharp, clearly defined while crusty is pertaining to or having a crust, as, for example, in the case of bread.

As nouns the difference between crisp and crusty

is that crisp is (british) a thin slice of fried potato eaten as a snack while crusty is (chiefly|british) a tramp or homeless young person with poor cleanliness.

As a verb crisp

is to make crisp.

Crusty vs Stale - What's the difference?

crusty | stale |


As an adjective crusty

is pertaining to or having a crust, as, for example, in the case of bread.

As a noun crusty

is (chiefly|british) a tramp or homeless young person with poor cleanliness.

As an adverb stale is

always, all the time.

Brittle vs Crusty - What's the difference?

brittle | crusty |


As adjectives the difference between brittle and crusty

is that brittle is inflexible, liable to break or snap easily under stress or pressure while crusty is pertaining to or having a crust, as, for example, in the case of bread.

As nouns the difference between brittle and crusty

is that brittle is (uncountable) a confection of caramelized sugar and nuts while crusty is (chiefly|british) a tramp or homeless young person with poor cleanliness.

Terse vs Crusty - What's the difference?

terse | crusty | Related terms |

Terse is a related term of crusty.


As a verb terse

is .

As an adjective crusty is

pertaining to or having a crust, as, for example, in the case of bread.

As a noun crusty is

(chiefly|british) a tramp or homeless young person with poor cleanliness.

Goth vs Crusty - What's the difference?

goth | crusty |


As nouns the difference between goth and crusty

is that goth is a member of the east germanic tribe, who invaded the roman empire in the 3rd to 5th centuries while crusty is (chiefly|british) a tramp or homeless young person with poor cleanliness.

As an adjective crusty is

pertaining to or having a crust, as, for example, in the case of bread.

Crusty vs Cantankerous - What's the difference?

crusty | cantankerous |


As adjectives the difference between crusty and cantankerous

is that crusty is pertaining to or having a crust, as, for example, in the case of bread while cantankerous is given to or marked by an ill-tempered nature, ill-tempered, cranky, surly, crabby.

As a noun crusty

is (chiefly|british) a tramp or homeless young person with poor cleanliness.

Crusty vs Unceremonious - What's the difference?

crusty | unceremonious | Related terms |

Crusty is a related term of unceremonious.


As adjectives the difference between crusty and unceremonious

is that crusty is pertaining to or having a crust, as, for example, in the case of bread while unceremonious is not ceremonious.

As a noun crusty

is (chiefly|british) a tramp or homeless young person with poor cleanliness.

Summary vs Crusty - What's the difference?

summary | crusty | Related terms |

Summary is a related term of crusty.


As adjectives the difference between summary and crusty

is that summary is concise, brief or presented in a condensed form while crusty is pertaining to or having a crust, as, for example, in the case of bread.

As nouns the difference between summary and crusty

is that summary is an abstract or a condensed presentation of the substance of a body of material while crusty is (chiefly|british) a tramp or homeless young person with poor cleanliness.

Petulant vs Crusty - What's the difference?

petulant | crusty | Related terms |

Petulant is a related term of crusty.


As adjectives the difference between petulant and crusty

is that petulant is exuberant, lively while crusty is pertaining to or having a crust, as, for example, in the case of bread.

As a noun crusty is

(chiefly|british) a tramp or homeless young person with poor cleanliness.

Abrupt vs Crusty - What's the difference?

abrupt | crusty | Related terms |

Abrupt is a related term of crusty.


As adjectives the difference between abrupt and crusty

is that abrupt is (obsolete|rare) broken away (from restraint) while crusty is pertaining to or having a crust, as, for example, in the case of bread.

As nouns the difference between abrupt and crusty

is that abrupt is (poetic) something which is ; an abyss while crusty is (chiefly|british) a tramp or homeless young person with poor cleanliness.

As a verb abrupt

is (archaic) to tear off or asunder .

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