Crust - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |krʌst|  American pronunciation of the word crust
Brit.  |krʌst|  British pronunciation of the word crust


- the outer layer of the Earth
- a hard outer layer that covers something (syn: incrustation)
- the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties (syn: freshness, gall, impertinence, impudence, insolence)


- form a crust or form into a crust
The bread crusted in the oven

Extra examples

Her children prefer to eat their sandwiches with the crust cut off.

He likes pizza with thin crust.

The ground was crusted over with snow.

The meat becomes crusted and baked.

A hard gray crust had formed on the bottom of the tea kettle.

The bread crusted in the oven

Make a few small cuts in the crust to let the air escape.

I use pie weights to keep the pie crust from bubbling when I bake it.

...his exclusive clothing store had habited the town's upper crust for as long as anyone could remember...

The pie's flaky crust encloses a fruit filling.

The dish is made of vegetables enfolded in a pastry crust.

...the apple pie had a wonderfully feathery crust... opulent upper crust that liked to show off its possessions...

Word forms

singular: crust
plural: crusts
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