Crumble - definition, pronunciation, transcription
Crumble the cookies into small bits.
The recipe calls for the herbs to be crumbled.
Bones so old they had crumbled to dust
She was extremely depressed after her marriage crumbled.
Crumble up these pieces of bread and give them to the ducks.
Unfortunately marriages crumble very often.
The old stonework was crumbling away.
The fall leaves crumbled in my fingers.
¼ cup crumbled goat's cheese
the building crumbled after the explosion
The cookies crumbled
The Empire began to crumble during the 13th century.
The cliff face was starting to crumble into the sea.
insolated paper may turn yellow and crumble
present participle: crumbling
past tense: crumbled
past participle: crumbled