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Adverb
In a brief, concise, or to the point manner
“What was found was described crisply both by text and illustration.”
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Under the influence of anger
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Adverb for easily broken into small fragments
“The chunks of fish, protected by their crisp coating of ham, were succulent and tender.”
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(fruits or vegetables) Adverb for firm or juicy from being fresh or ripe
“They said their blessings and feasted on a lovely meal of roasted hen, crisp vegetables, and the warm bread that Emy had baked herself.”
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Adverb for cool or cold in temperature
“The spring and autumn bring cool, crisp temperatures as well as remarkable changes in foliage.”
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Adverb for fresh and invigorating
“I arrived at noon, early for the afternoon flight, but with ample time to enjoy the crisp weather.”
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Adverb for being in a clean and tidy state
“He arrived wearing a Panama hat and a crisp white suit.”
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Adverb for clear and unambiguous
“Perhaps, complete knowledge of all possible factors might lead to a crisp description of whether an effect will occur.”
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Adverb for blunt and plain-spoken in one's manner of speaking or behavior
“In a crisp reply to Weir, he said he was merely keeping the ship on an even keel.”
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Adverb for stylish and fashionable
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Adverb for free from pollutants or impurities
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Adverb for vigorously keen or severe in expression or style
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Adverb for rather direct or abrupt in speech or manner
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(of an action) Adverb for performed well and with precision
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Adverb for formed of a mass of small, tight, wiry curls
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Adverb for direct and forceful
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Adverb for thoroughly cooked
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Adverb for stubbornly, and usually unreasonably, holding to an opinion, decision or purpose
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Adverb for displaying outstanding skill, knowledge, or experience in a given field
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(of sound or voice) Adverb for loud, deep, or able to be clearly heard
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Adverb for having great influence on the result of something
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