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- (transitive) To remove the crumbs from.
1972, Twila Van Leer, Life is just a bowl of kumquats, page 71:
- A couple of hours later I had the washing going, the children fed and dressed and the kitchen floor semi-decrumbed in a mad effort to come to terms with this rotten day, when the phone rang.
2001, Anthony Bourdain, Kitchen Confidential, page 230:
- I don't want my runner stopping off to decrumb a table or empty an ashtray.
2011, Sophie Page, To Marry a Prince, page 156:
- She nearly dropped the toast rack she was decrumbing.