crumbliness


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crum·bly

 (krŭm′blē)
adj. crum·bli·er, crum·bli·est
Easily crumbled; friable.

crum′bli·ness n.
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Noun1.crumbliness - excessive breakableness
breakableness - the consistency of something that breaks under pressure
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The biggest challenge is the dryness and crumbliness of the finished product.
The complaints come after Tesco cut the salt and sugar content of their custard creams - saying 250 testers agreed the new version had the "correct amount of crumbliness and creaminess".
The complaints come after Tesco cut the salt and sugar content of its custard creams - saying 250 testers agreed the new version had the "correct amount of crumbliness and creaminess".
500) which featured a fantastic blend of creaminess and crumbliness with a very sweet bite.
A miniature bibingka was bolstered by a torched custard on one hand and a light, acidic ice cream on the other with a brown toffee sauce that I could have used more of; it was rich with the crumbliness of salted egg.
Sometimes crumbliness is the result of a very dry cheese, but then there are moister, yet still crumbly cheeses like feta or queso fresco.
He further says that the sorrows in a world of illusion, the cruelty of the night that covers up your fears, the greatest cowardliness of a man which hurts you fero- ciously, the crumbliness of the world that falls apart, these may cover your mind but when you open it you discover the signs that there is something you are longing to find.
The ingredient increased breaking strength and crumbliness.
Such manure is very good; it helps raise the organic content of the soil, improving its crumbliness and water retention.
Anyway, perhaps it's because I am now a year older that I'm sensitive about impending crumbliness.