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crumby

2 [kruhm-ee]
adjective, crumbier, crumbiest.
crummy1 ( def 1 ).
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crumby (ˈkrʌmɪ)
 
adj , crumbier, crumbiest
1.  full of or littered with crumbs
2.  soft, like the inside of bread
3.  a variant spelling of crummy

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crumby
1731, "full of crumbs," from crumb. Overlapping somewhat with crummy, but generally restricted to the more literal senses.
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crummy definition

[ˈkrəmi]
and crumby
  1. mod.
    lousy; bad; inferior. (See comments at crumb.) : You know, this stuff is pretty crummy.
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Example sentences
Both are crumby employers who exploit their workers.
They were dishonest and self-involved and distant, loaded with lousy values and crumby tricks.
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