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crunchie

1. slang An infantry soldier. Send some crunchies in there to ambush that enemy fort.
2. slang A derogatory name for an Afrikaner. Primarily heard in South Africa.

crunchy

1. Describing a person leading a lifestyle marked by interest in outdoor pursuits, natural ingredients and products, and/or environmental issues, especially while also having an unconvential, "unpolished" appearance. "Crunchy-granola" is also commonly used to convey the same meaning. Often used pejoratively. Is anyone surprised that my crunchy neighbors have taken up composting?
2. Describing such pursuits or interests. Have you been to that really crunchy artisan market, the one where everything is made of hemp?

crunchy-granola

1. Describing a person leading a lifestyle marked by interest in outdoor pursuits, natural ingredients and products, and/or environmental issues, especially while also having an unconvential, "unpolished" appearance. Often used pejoratively. Is anyone surprised that my crunchy-granola neighbors have taken up composting?
2. Describing such pursuits or interests. Have you been to that really crunchy-granola artisan market, the one where everything is made of hemp?

crunchie

n. a soldier; a marching infantry soldier. (see also crunchers.) Crunchies have a pretty hard life.

crunchy

mod. [of someone] loving nature, plants, and animals. (The type of person who lives on granola.) He’s such a crunchy guy, always saving whales and trees.
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Crunchy, light, delicious, tasty, crinkle crisps with 30 percent fat are available in in 150g packs of Lightly Salted, Cheese & Onion and Salt & Vinegar.
These thin, crunchy, chip like cookies will leave snackers feeling satisfied.
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Nearly a decade ago, I published a cover story in National Review hailing a subgroup of conservatives I called "crunchy cons." They identified with the cultural and political right, but their skepticism about the cultural effects of the free market, their green sympathies, and their general appreciation for rootsiness--loving old houses and savoring traditionalist styles of religion, for example--often put them outside the GOP mainstream.
"Panda-Monium!" is a delightful illustrated story in verse about Beckett, a hungry little panda in search of a delightful sweet, crunchy snack of bamboo!
GAVIN & Stacey star Rob Brydon has been chosen as the new face of Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Flakes in a new pounds 13m campaign.
GAVIN & Stacey star Rob Brydon has been unveiled as the new face of Kellogg's Crunchy Nut cereal in a multimillion pound TV campaign.
DOHA EVEN as the summer gets hotter, the Omani Souq, a traditional market of Qatar, is being flooded with halfripe crunchy dates brought into the country from different parts of the Arab region.
I poured out two bowls of cereal: All Bran for me - because I like to begin the day virtuously and watch it go steadily downhill - and Crunchy Nut Cornflakes for him, because he says All Bran reminds him of bits of twig.
Paul's[R] Crunchy Fish Sticks--unlike the other leading brands--are made from only delicious, 100% whole white fish fillets for the best tasting, crunchy fish stick every time.
TASTE Airy, crunchy Nice chewy Very sweet; Frosting-dipped
Kellogg's was yesterday recalling around 300,000 packs of Crunchy Nut cereal after complaints that some boxes had a musty taste.
Kellogg's is recalling about 300,000 packs of Crunchy Nut cereal after complaints that some boxes had a musty taste.
"May [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] have a snack that is crunchy like [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED]?" asked Teddy.