Crusty [adjective]

Definition of Crusty:

irritable, often due to old age

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Sentence/Example of Crusty:

Bitcoin has seen stratospheric growth over the past few months so barring an outsized crash, it’s perhaps unlikely that retail investors are going to fully abandon it in favor of buying up crusty old shares of Blockbuster stock.

Garnish each bowl with parsley, and serve with crusty bread for dipping.

Serve the soup with grated Parmesan or pecorino Romano, fresh herbs and crusty bread to soak up the lightly spicy broth.

The olives are great on their own, and you can dip bits of warm, crusty bread into the oil marinade.

It bakes quickly, and the result is a crusty top with a layer of moist dressing below.

I began to hear channels of water trickling from the meltwater underneath the surface of crusty ice.

She cut it with Henry's jackknife into four quarters, and she and Henry took the two crusty ends themselves.

If the ground is well burned it will be a little crusty and whitish, and will pulverize beautifully.

A dry, crusty man, who would never become sub-chief, despite his ability.

Uncle Jabez came forward, as dusty and crusty an old miller as one might ever expect to see.