Noun(1) a thin crisp slice of potato fried in deep fat
Verb(1) make wrinkles or creases on a smooth surface; make a pressed, folded or wrinkled line in; `crisp' is archaic(2) make brown and crisp by heating
Adjective(1) (of something seen or heard(2) tender and brittle(3) pleasantly cold and invigorating(4) pleasingly firm and fresh(5) (of hair(6) brief and to the point; effectively cut short
(1) I arrived at noon, early for the afternoon flight, but with ample time to enjoy the crisp weather.(2) The crisp white paper tag hung out the back as she quickly followed Eric into the living room.(3) Muhammad was middle-sized, did not have lank or crisp hair, was not fat, had a white, circular face, wide black eyes and long eyelashes.(4) Sometimes when you remove the crisp crust from shrimp or pork nuggets and squeeze it, fat literally drips out and all that is left to eat is a very tiny piece of seafood or meat.(5) On arrival the weather was crisp , clear - but very, very cold.(6) The new version boasts a crisp , no-nonsense presentation that gets right down to business.(7) Remove the foil and bake for a further five minutes to crisp the stuffing.(8) Somewhere along the line, her hands had been freed and were clinging in his crisp dark hair.(9) The drive was absolutely beautiful, the day was crisp and cool, and for most of the drive you could see limestone hills and trees.(10) He could feel the letter's crisp paper in his coat pocket.(11) Michael shook his head and some of his crisp dark hair fell on his forehead, giving him a boyish look.(12) After yesterday's cold, crisp , but sunny weather, today is utter rubbish.(13) I went for devilled whitebait, a good sized portion in a crisp flour coating and well dusted with cayenne pepper, served with lemon creme fraiche.(14) As she bent over Hans to adjust his bandage the crisp white cloth of her uniform blouse, carelessly fastened, fell open and brushed his sleeping face.(15) Michaels barked, pounding out crisp sharp words that so thundered with command that even the untrained and deaf would jump to obey.(16) Then you let the potatoes rest while you raise the heat of the oil and fry them again, briefly, to crisp up the outer surface.