Crumble (verb)

To break or cause to break into small pieces.


Late middle english: probably imitative.


  1. The old building crumbled to the ground after the earthquake.
  2. The cookie crumbled when I tried to pick it up.
  3. The dry soil crumbled easily in my hand.
  4. The cake crumbled as I sliced it.
  5. The cliff face crumbled and fell into the sea.
Some random words: radiography, jumpy, varietal