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crust·y

 (krŭs′tē)
adj. crust·i·er, crust·i·est
1. Having, resembling, or being a crust: a crusty piece of bread.
2. Outspoken and surly. Used especially of older people.

crust′i·ly adv.
crust′i·ness n.

crusty

(ˈkrʌstɪ)
adj, crustier or crustiest
1. having or characterized by a crust, esp having a thick crust
2. having a rude or harsh character or exterior; surly; curt: a crusty remark.
n, pl crusties
(Sociology) slang a dirty type of punk or hippy whose lifestyle involves travelling and squatting
ˈcrustily adv
ˈcrustiness n

crust•y

(ˈkrʌs ti)

adj. crust•i•er, crust•i•est.
1. having a crisp or thick crust: crusty bread.
2. of the nature of or resembling a crust.
3. testy or surly.
[1350–1400]
crust′i•ly, adv.
crust′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.crusty - having a hardened crust as a covering
covered - overlaid or spread or topped with or enclosed within something; sometimes used as a combining form; "women with covered faces"; "covered wagons"; "a covered balcony"
2.crusty - brusque and surly and forbidding; "crusty remarks"; "a crusty old man"; "his curmudgeonly temper"; "gruff manner"; "a gruff reply"
ill-natured - having an irritable and unpleasant disposition

crusty

adjective
1. crispy, well-baked, crisp, well-done, brittle, friable, hard, short crusty french loaves
2. irritable, short, cross, prickly, touchy, curt, surly, gruff, brusque, cantankerous, tetchy, ratty (Brit. & N.Z. informal), testy, chippy (informal), short-tempered, peevish, crabby, choleric, splenetic, ill-humoured, captious, snappish or snappy a crusty old colonel with a gruff manner

crusty

adjective
Rudely unceremonious:
Translations
فَظ، سَريع الإنفعالمُحَمَّص، ذو قِشْرَةِ
nerudnýpopudlivýs kůrou
knottensprødvranten
héjasropogós
meî skorpuskapstirîur
s kôrkou
aksikabukluters

crusty

[ˈkrʌstɪ] ADJ (crustier (compar) (crustiest (superl)))
1. [bread] → crujiente; [loaf] → de corteza dura
2. [person] → arisco, malhumorado

crusty

[ˈkrʌsti] adj
[bread] → croustillant(e)
(= bad-tempered) [person] → revêche, bourru(e); [remark] → sec(sèche)

crusty

adj (+er)knusprig; (fig: = irritable) → barsch

crusty

[ˈkrʌstɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (bread) → croccante (fam) (person) → brontolone/a; (remark) → brusco/a

crust

(krast) noun
1. (a piece of) the hard outside coating of bread. The child would not eat the crusts.
2. (American) pastry. She makes excellent pie crust.
3. a hard surface especially the outer layer of the earth.
ˈcrusty adjective
1. having a crust. crusty bread.
2. surly or irritable.
ˈcrustily adverb
ˈcrustiness noun
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Surely we did not stand in fields and warehouses, risking arrest or, even worse, the clammy embrace of an unwashed Crustie, so that some Tory wife could dance around her Smthyson handbag on her jollies?
But although he's full of facts about global monsters and arms atrocities, Thomas still manages a refreshing level of self-awareness, poking fun at his fellow demonstrators, the Trotsky, the posh rebel and the crustie.
Yn ol yn y dydd roedd yr enw "crusties" yn cael ei ddefnyddio i ddisgrifio y teithwyr newydd (New Age Travellers), fe benderfynwyd bathu term Cymraeg ar eu cyfer; crustie swnio fel crystun, crystun ar ben torth, felly "pennau torth" oedd y gair Cymraeg am "crusties".
Tom's funniest moment came right at the end when he shot an animal rights crustie with an air gun.
IRISH band Snow Patrol's return to the Emerald Isle proved less than glorious as they supported crustie boys The Levellers at Dublin's Olympia Theatre last Tuesday.
Now today's modern digital-savvy youth can manipulate the gadgets that seem to rule their world, to a degree that us old bus-pass holding, black-leather-shoe wearing crusties could never begin to understand.
According to Kadir, crusty punks are 'lazy, disorganised, unreliable, and irresponsible' but are valuable to the movement because of their 'willingness to participate in potentially violent actions [and] their enthusiasm for rioting' (p56), while 'baby punks' are ostensibly similar to crusties, but are younger and apparently choose not to wash out of political commitment, rather than sheer crusty laziness.
Bry was a total unknown to us pair of crusties but the attention and following he has garnered from the internet millenials that follow his exploits on Youtube is staggering.
Barry Sommer: "The travelers, vagabonds, crusties and others who choose to live the 'homeless lifestyle' and use the system for their own benefit, give them two choices: either choose public work (you know, crumbling infrastructure) or choose to leave.
Maybe we're too old to notice, but long gone are the days of mods, rockers, punks and crusties - these days the internet has pretty much consigned the musical tribes to be a thing of the past.