crispiness


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crisp·y

 (krĭs′pē)
adj. crisp·i·er, crisp·i·est
1. Firm but easily broken or crumbled; crisp.
2. Having small curls, waves, or ripples.

crisp′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.crispiness - firm but easily broken
breakableness - the consistency of something that breaks under pressure
flakiness - having or breaking into thin crisp flakes
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Those entering the competition were visited by a mystery diner from the fish and chip industry's magazine, who assessed the flakiness of the fish, the crispiness of the chips and the crunch of the batter.
There was a crusty and peppery char on the outside that created a nice smokiness and slight crispiness.
Spread the potatoes onto a lightly oiled baking tray and crush them lightly with the back of a fork, opening out the flesh to allow for plenty of crispiness.
Add the stuffing balls later to retain their crispiness.
The tender yet bouncy texture of the jowls was enhanced by the nutty crispiness of the stink leaf beans while the airy rice crisps created another texture.
The place promises crispiness with their name and delivers it with every single pie.
The skin has that delicate crispiness you only get from a rotisserie with the chicken moist and juicy inside.
The softness of the buns with the crispiness of crabs was quite delicious.
In fairness, the chips had a decent texture - they were not greasy and had a commendable crispiness about them.
I loved the quality of the fish and the delicious crispiness of the batter.
Skewered Butabara (pork) and Tebasaki (chicken wings) were grilled to crispiness with a hint of salt.