Looking for trouble; courting violence, esp while riding about in a car
[1951+ Teenagers; perhaps fr or influenced by black English cruising, ”strolling, parading,” attestedby1942]
noun 1. the maximum distance that an aircraft or ship can traverse and then return to its starting point at cruising speed without refueling.
/ˈkruːzɪ/ noun 1. (Scot) an oil lamp
[kruhl-er] /ˈkrʌl ər/ noun 1. a rich, light cake cut from a rolled dough and deep-fried, usually having a twisted oblong shape and sometimes topped with sugar or icing. 2. Also called French cruller. a rich, light, raised doughnut, often with a ridged surface and sometimes topped with white icing. /ˈkrʌlə/ noun 1. (US & […]
[kruhm] /krʌm/ noun 1. a small particle of bread, cake, etc., that has broken off. 2. a small particle or portion of anything; fragment; bit. 3. the soft inner portion of a bread (distinguished from ). 4. crumbs, a cake topping made of sugar, flour, butter, and spice, usually crumbled on top of the raw […]