Examples of crackly in a Sentence
the crackly sound of the old record
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The crust on their Russo sausage deep-dish ($21.25 for a 12-inch) is crackly and gorgeously browned, looking like a beautiful loaf of bread.
This scent welcomed me to North Yarmouth, Maine, where chef Krista Kern Desjarlais bakes crackly Montreal-style bagels in a woodburning oven built into the side of her 544-square-foot cottage, the Purple House.
The details: Served on a long roll, more like an oversized hot dog bun with a crackly crust.
In Thailand, hoi tod is street food: fat mussels sprung from their shells and beached on a crepe with crackly edges and, inside, slow surrender, that mystical union of crunchy-gooey.
Psst, Stewart's secret for extra crackly balloon fireworks: an extra sharp pencil.
No more crackly signals, no more fiddling with transmitters at the top of high-rises.
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First Known Use of crackly
CRACKLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crackly for English Language Learners
: having or making a series of short, sharp noises
: thin and easily cracked
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