Crispness [noun]

Definition of Crispness:

shortness, briefness

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Sentence/Example of Crispness:

After several months, my dad returned to his village, wearing crisp blue jeans he’d bought with his earnings.

Number one, there was a technology shift—so WebRTC and WebGL were baked into the browser—and WebRTC allowed for really crisp audio and video that you can build really great video apps on.

Add crumbled crisp bacon or well-cooked sausage bits, if you like.

Cinnamon-dusted carrots roast alongside the squash, adding even more fall aromas to the kitchen, and broccolini goes on for the last few minutes so that it stays green and crisp.

They describe practices that are crisp, focused and competitive.

Bundled up on the crisp morning of October 16th , I shared my voting experience with my sister and mother.

The men’s Velocity Blazer features a resilient stretch fabric that retains crisp lines, thanks to a soft-yet-strong fiber that’s machine washable and wrinkle-free.

Bake for 18 to 20 minutes, stirring halfway through so they dry evenly, until the bread is crisp, fragrant and golden brown.

United went ahead after a sequence of short, crisp passes in the attacking end and Yamil Asad’s cross.

You can also cook your food with as little as 5 percent of the fat you would typically use, delivering crisp but juicy meals at the push of a button.