Crumb (noun)

  1. A small piece of bread or cake that has broken off from the whole.
  2. A small piece of any food that has broken off or crumbled.


Old english cruma "morsel, fragment", of germanic origin; related to dutch kruim and german krume.


  1. He brushed the crumbs off the table.
  2. The crumb of the cake was delicious.
  3. The bread was fresh and had a nice crumb.
  4. She sprinkled crumbs on top of the casserole before baking.
  5. The crumb of the cookie was sweet and buttery.
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