Referring to any extraneous matter, either physical or ideological. First used in describing the portions of a grain that cannot be utilized for any particular purpose, and are thus discarded from the harvest.
Many people allow cruft to gather in the attics and garages of their homes.
1. The dust that gathers underneath a bed, 2. Shoddily constructed or made, 3. Bad code, 4. Accumulated physical or virtual junk.
Jim had to spend several days cleaning up the cruft left behind in the code by the newbie
Using the algorithm for finding the average:
(crap+stuff+sh*t)/3 = cruft
This is the true etymology of the word
That C++ library goes in the "cruft" folder.
Unimportant or trivial writings that take up space on servers and consume bandwith, as in a blog
My friends, to help fulfill my lifetime endeavor to add to the cruft of the World Wide Web, I hereby announce my new blog.
the all-purpose word. can be used to mean: stuff, junk, mess, dumpster, aluminun can, and bicycle
Man i gotta clean my room. I have too much cruft everywhere!
Poorly presented and extremely limited programme based on...wait for it....dogs! It is the lowest of the low, a live dog show on BBc2 every mutha fucking year!!! The only thing worse is "One man and his dog" which rather suprisingly also is based around dogs.
"I needed medical resusitation after watching crufts last night,"
An enclosed area that is both stuffy and cramped. Often found to have an elevated temperature.
Lover: "Why'd you go outside babydoll?"
Cricket: "It was way to cruft in my room..."