I got to bring my kids to set every day and they got Goldfish crumbs in the Oval Office carpet.
This 2-0 was a clear-cut win, a sharp slice through a loaf, no ambiguity, no crumbs.
Never has he been more mortal—struck dumb and slow, crumbs spilling down his shirt—and never have we deemed him more godly.
This spot demonstrates that getting Doritos crumbs on your fingers and clothes may end badly.
Had it remained in these locations, crumbs would likely still be alive today.
She shook the crumbs from her skirt, and caught the chestnut's bridle.
So, throwing it from him, he brushed the crumbs from his jerkin.
You're looking for the crumbs you dropped, so you'd find the way home.
Your fat has not been hot enough, or your crumbs have not been fine and even.
Put alternate layers of crumbs and oysters, filling the dish in this way.
Old English cruma "crumb, fragment," from a West Germanic root of obscure origin (cf. Middle Dutch crume, Dutch kruim, German krume). The -b- appeared mid-15c., in part by analogy with words like dumb, in part from crumble. Slang meaning "lousy person" is 1918, from crumb, U.S. slang for "body-louse" (1863), so called from resemblance.