Crumby vs. Crummy - What's the difference?

Wiktionary

  • Crumby (adjective)

    alternative spelling of crummy

  • Crumby (adjective)

    Crumbly; inclined to break into crumbs.

  • Crummy (adjective)

    Bad; poor.

    "Do not bother buying crummy knives if you are serious about cooking."

  • Crummy (adjective)

    Full of crumb or crumbs; crumby.

  • Crummy (adjective)

    Soft, like the crumb of bread; not crusty.

  • Crummy (noun)

    A small van, bus, or railway car used to transport loggers or other resource workers to and from the worksite.

  • Crummy (noun)

    A cow with a crumpled horn.

Oxford Dictionary

  • Crumby (adjective)

    resembling or covered in crumbs.

  • Crumby (adjective)

    variant spelling of crummy

  • Crummy (adjective)

    dirty, unpleasant, or of poor quality

    "a crummy little room"

  • Crummy (adjective)

    unwell

    "I've been feeling pretty crummy the last few days"

  • Crummy (noun)

    a truck used to transport loggers to and from work.

Webster Dictionary

  • Crummy (adjective)

    Full of crumb or crumbs.

  • Crummy (adjective)

    Soft, as the crumb of bread is; not crusty.

  • Crummy (adjective)

    of very poor quality.

Princeton's WordNet

  • Crummy (adjective)

    of very poor quality

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