crumminess


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crumminess

(ˈkrʌmɪnəs)
n
informal the state or quality of being crummy
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The crumminess of my party on the porch was clear to me, as was the elegance and warmth of the party in there--and yet I felt I belonged at neither of them.
Critic Donald Phelps, whose appreciation of Kovacs appeared in the first issue of the early-'60s little magazine Kulchur, considered Kovacs's singular gift to be that of "demonstrating to his public the immeasurable crumminess of so-called professional television.
In fact, the crumminess is so familiar it's invisible to me.