Definition of "crummier" [crummier]

  • Comparative form of crummy: more crummy (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "crummier" in a sentence
  • "Second, the New York Federal Reserve and a coalition of investors including Blackrock, Prudential, MetLife and Pimco are warning Bank of America to take back some of their crummier mortgages -- otherwise, the group will sue."
  • "Considering the worldwide recession, the crummier than usual April weather and the fact that the Yankees 'and Mets' new stadium honeymoons are over, this drop isn't so terrifying."
  • "But the cinematic experience of VHS is objectively inferior to DVD and Blu-ray: poorer picture quality and crummier sound, less time efficient, less space efficient, less life efficient."