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Crackerjack

ˈkræk.ə.dʒæk

Meanings of Crackerjack:

adjective

Exceptionally good.

Usage examples:

A crackerjack eye surgeon
noun

An exceptionally good person or thing.

Usage examples:

This turbo diesel ambulance is a crackerjack

Crackerjacks

ˈkræk.ə.dʒæk

Meanings of Crackerjacks:

noun

An exceptionally good person or thing.

Usage examples:

This turbo diesel ambulance is a crackerjack
adjective

Exceptionally good.

Usage examples:

A crackerjack eye surgeon

Meanings of Crackers:

adjective

Insane.

Usage examples:

If luke wasn't here i'd go crackers
noun

A person or thing that cracks.

Cracking

ˈkræk.ɪŋ

Meanings of Cracking:

adjective

Excellent.

Usage examples:

He is in cracking form to win this race
verb

Break or cause to break without a complete separation of the parts.

Usage examples:

The ice all over the bog had cracked
noun

A process in which large molecules of a hydrocarbon are broken down into smaller molecules

Meanings of Crackle:

verb

Make a rapid succession of short sharp noises.

Usage examples:

The fire suddenly crackled and spat sparks
noun

A sound made up of a rapid succession of short sharp noises.

Usage examples:

There was a crackle and a whine from the microphone

Meanings of Crackled:

verb

Make a rapid succession of short sharp noises.

Usage examples:

The fire suddenly crackled and spat sparks
noun

A sound made up of a rapid succession of short sharp noises.

Usage examples:

There was a crackle and a whine from the microphone

Meanings of Crackles:

verb

Make a rapid succession of short sharp noises.

Usage examples:

The fire suddenly crackled and spat sparks
noun

A sound made up of a rapid succession of short sharp noises.

Usage examples:

There was a crackle and a whine from the microphone

Meanings of Crackling:

noun

The crisp fatty skin of roast pork.

Usage examples:

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verb

Make a rapid succession of short sharp noises.

Usage examples:

The fire suddenly crackled and spat sparks

Cracklings

ˈkraklɪŋ

Meanings of Cracklings:

noun

The crisp fatty skin of roast pork.

Usage examples:

Also us

Crackly

ˈkræk.əl.i

Meanings of Crackly:

adjective

Making a lot of short, dry, sharp sounds

Usage examples:

A crackly voice, the telephone line was very crackly.

Cracknel

ˈkræk.nəl

Meanings of Cracknel:

noun

A light, crisp, savoury biscuit.

Usage examples:

The boiling and frying technique remained in use in the middle ages for making cracknels, which wer…

Cracknels

ˈkræk.nəl

Meanings of Cracknels:

noun

A light, crisp, savoury biscuit.

Usage examples:

The boiling and frying technique remained in use in the middle ages for making cracknels, which wer…

Crackpots

ˈkræk.pɒt

Meanings of Crackpots:

noun

An eccentric or foolish person.

Usage examples:

People who claim famous past identities are usually dismissed as crackpots
adjective

Eccentric; impractical.

Usage examples:

His head's full of crackpot ideas

Cracks

krak

Meanings of Cracks:

noun

A line on the surface of something along which it has split without breaking apart.

Usage examples:

A hairline crack down the middle of the glass
verb

Break or cause to break without a complete separation of the parts.

Usage examples:

The ice all over the bog had cracked
adjective

Very good or skilful.

Usage examples:

He is a crack shot

Meanings of Cracksman:

noun

A burglar, especially a safe-breaker.

Usage examples:

Cracksmen are on the prowl.

Meanings of Cracksmen:

noun

A burglar, especially a safe-breaker.

Usage examples:

Cracksmen are on the prowl.

Meanings of Crackup:

noun

An emotional breakdown.

Usage examples:

He appeared to be on the verge of a complete crack-up

Meanings of Crackups:

noun

An emotional breakdown.

Usage examples:

He appeared to be on the verge of a complete crack-up

Meanings of Cradle:

noun

A baby's bed or cot, typically one mounted on rockers.

Usage examples:

The baby slept peacefully in its cradle
verb

Hold gently and protectively.

Usage examples:

She cradled his head in her arms

Cradleboard

ˈkreɪd(ə)lbɔːd

Meanings of Cradleboard:

noun

A board to which an infant is strapped, traditionally used by some north american indian peoples.

Usage examples:

They tell about how cradleboards were decorated, and how twins were sometimes looked upon as a sign…

Cradled

ˈkreɪd(ə)l

Meanings of Cradled:

verb

Hold gently and protectively.

Usage examples:

She cradled his head in her arms
noun

A baby's bed or cot, typically one mounted on rockers.

Usage examples:

The baby slept peacefully in its cradle

Cradles

ˈkreɪ.dəl

Meanings of Cradles:

noun

A baby's bed or cot, typically one mounted on rockers.

Usage examples:

The baby slept peacefully in its cradle
verb

Hold gently and protectively.

Usage examples:

She cradled his head in her arms

Cradling

ˈkreɪ.dəl

Meanings of Cradling:

noun

A wooden or iron framework, typically one used as a structural support in a ceiling.

Usage examples:

To ensure rigidity, he reinforces the panels with wooden cradling.
verb

Hold gently and protectively.

Usage examples:

She cradled his head in her arms

Craft

krɑːft

Meanings of Craft:

noun

An activity involving skill in making things by hand.

Usage examples:

The craft of cobbling
verb

Exercise skill in making (an object), typically by hand.

Usage examples:

He crafted the chair lovingly

Crafted

krɑːft

Meanings of Crafted:

verb

Exercise skill in making (an object), typically by hand.

Usage examples:

He crafted the chair lovingly
noun

An activity involving skill in making things by hand.

Usage examples:

The craft of cobbling

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