Definition of cracked
- cracked china
- cracked wheat
- a cracked voice
The vase is cracked but it can still hold water.
the cracked leather of the old chair
His hands were sore and cracked from working long hours in the cold.
Her lips are dried and cracked.
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: having a crack or many cracks : having a damaged surface but usually not broken into pieces
: having deep lines in the surface
: broken into pieces
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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