adjective, crispier, crispiest.
(especially of food) brittle; crisp.
curly or wavy.

1350–1400; Middle English crispi. See crisp, -y1

crispily, adverb
crispiness, noun Unabridged
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crispy (ˈkrɪspɪ)
adj , crispier, crispiest
1.  crisp
2.  having waves or curls

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Word Origin & History

late 14c., "curly;" see crisp. Meaning "brittle" is recorded from 1610s.
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Example sentences
They are paper-thin and crispy, and melt in your mouth.
The odd plate of crispy fried wings has indeed advanced the cause of science a
  time or two.
Melt butter in a nonstick pan, then put shredded potatoes in and cook until
  crispy on each side.
Both sandwiches were served with perfectly crispy fries.
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