crisply crisply  /ˈkrɪsp li/


  • (adv) in a well delineated manner


  1. It displays images crisply on a surface as close as 8 inches away and as distant as 8 feet away, even in daylight.
  2. Bluntly, clearly and crisply that would be a catastrophic event.
  3. The problem for McCain is that no matter how hard or how crisply he punches, it deos not last.



  1. "Part of getting ready for next week is performing well this week, hitting shots sharply and crisply, being prepared for this week," said Mickelson, who spent three days at Royal Birkdale.
    on Jul 9, 2008 By: Phil Mickelson Source: USA Today

  2. "I was so focused out there," Maguire told BBC2. "I was very relaxed, and it felt like I was hitting the ball very crisply and going for everthing. I should have gone out in the early rounds, the way I played - so this is a second chance, and...
    on Jan 16, 2009 By: Stephen Maguire Source:

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