a neoorthodox theology, advocated by Karl Barth and others, emphasizing the absolute necessity of faith and divine revelation in transcending the personal crisis, common to all humankind, that arises from the contradictions inherent in human nature and in the social order.
[krisp] /krɪsp/ adjective, crisper, crispest. 1. (especially of food) hard but easily breakable; brittle: crisp toast. 2. (especially of food) firm and fresh; not soft or wilted: a crisp leaf of lettuce. 3. brisk; sharp; clear; decided: a crisp reply. 4. lively; pithy; sparkling: crisp repartee. 5. clean-cut, neat, and well-pressed; well-groomed. 6. bracing; invigorating: […]
[kris-peyt] /ˈkrɪs peɪt/ adjective, Botany. 1. (of a leaf) having curly or wavy edges. /ˈkrɪspeɪt; -pɪt/ adjective 1. having a curled or waved appearance
/krɪˈspeɪʃən/ noun 1. the act of curling or state of being curled 2. any slight muscular spasm or contraction that gives a creeping sensation 3. a slight undulation, such as a ripple on the surface of water crispation cris·pa·tion (krĭs-pā’shən) n. A slight involuntary muscular contraction, often producing a crawling sensation of the skin.
/ˈkrɪspˌbrɛd/ noun 1. a thin dry biscuit made of wheat or rye