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Topic: FOOD

Date: 1600-1700
Origin: Perhaps from crumped, past participle of crump; CRUMPLE

crumpet

noun
     
crum‧pet British English
1 [countable]DF a small round bread with holes in one side, eaten hot with butter
2 [uncountable] informal not polite an offensive word for someone who is sexually attractive
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