crumbled

  • 1 crumbled — adj. broken into small fragments; as, crumbled cookies. Syn: fragmented. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 2 crumbled — index broken (fractured) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 Crumbled — Crumble Crum ble (kr[u^]m b l), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Crumbled} (kr[u^]m b ld); p. pr. & vb. n. {Crumbling} (kr[u^]m bl[i^]ng).] [Dim. of crumb, v. t., akin to D. kruimelen G. kr[ u]meln.] To break into small pieces; to cause to fall in pieces.… …

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  • 4 crumbled — crum·ble || krÊŒmbl v. fall to pieces, shatter, collapse; break into small crumbs n. small crumbs; (British) crisp, flour and butter mixture used as a topping …

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  • 6 crumbled fragmented — damaged damaged (d[a^]m [asl]jd), adj. 1. changed so as to reduce value, function, or other desirable trait; usually not used of persons. Opposite of {undamaged}. [Narrower terms: {battered, beat up, beaten up, bedraggled, broken down,… …

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  • 7 crumbled like a house of cards — fell to pieces quite easily …

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  • 8 half-crumbled — adj. * * * …

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  • 9 half-crumbled — adj …

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  • 10 Cromyd — crumbled …

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  • 11 2005 English cricket season (15–30 June) — See also: 2005 English cricket season The period of the 2005 English cricket season from 15 to 30 June started with another surprise Australia were beaten in their final NatWest Series warm up match by Somerset, or more specifically Graeme Smith… …

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  • 12 Warwickshire County Cricket Club in 2005 — Match detailsMCC v Warwickshire (8 11 April) MCC beat Warwickshire by 7 wickets Warwickshire were the Champion County in 2004, and therefore they kicked off the 2005 season with the traditional match against the Marylebone Cricket Club at Lord s… …

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  • 13 National League Division Two in 2005 — Contents 1 Table 1.1 Matches of 17 April 1.1.1 Derbyshire v Kent (17 April) …

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  • 14 2005 English cricket season (15-30 June) — See also: 2005 English cricket season The period of the 2005 English cricket season from 15 to 30 June started with another surprise Australia were beaten in their final NatWest Series warm up match by Somerset, or more specifically Graeme Smith… …

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  • 15 2005 English cricket season (1-15 August) — See also: 2005 English cricket season The period of the 2005 English cricket season from 1 to 14 August included two Ashes Test matches, two rounds of the County Championship, two Under 19 Tests, and the opening Test of the Women s Ashes. It… …

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  • 16 2005 English cricket season (1–15 August) — See also: 2005 English cricket season The period of the 2005 English cricket season from 1 to 14 August included two Ashes Test matches, two rounds of the County Championship, two Under 19 Tests, and the opening Test of the Women s Ashes. It… …

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  • 17 2005 English cricket season (15-31 May) — See also: 2005 English cricket season The start of the period of the 2005 English cricket season from 15 May to 31 May saw Essex, Lancashire, Hampshire, Worcestershire and Durham all win their totesport games on 15 May, with Leicestershire… …

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  • 18 2005 English cricket season (17-31 July) — See also: 2005 English cricket season The period of the 2005 English cricket season from 17 to 31 July included the conclusion of the 2005 Twenty20 Cup, the first Ashes Test match, 13 County Championship games and three Under 19 ODIs between… …

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  • 19 2005 English cricket season (17–31 July) — See also: 2005 English cricket season The period of the 2005 English cricket season from 17 to 31 July included the conclusion of the 2005 Twenty20 Cup, the first Ashes Test match, 13 County Championship games and three Under 19 ODIs between… …

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  • 20 2005 English cricket season (15–31 May) — See also: 2005 English cricket season The start of the period of the 2005 English cricket season from 15 May to 31 May saw Essex, Lancashire, Hampshire, Worcestershire and Durham all win their totesport games on 15 May, with Leicestershire… …

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