Examples of crackly in a Sentence
the crackly sound of the old record
Recent Examples of crackly from the Web
Balance that bowl with a cool cucumber salad or crackly pork-and-garlic dumplings.
When the cutter drew closer, Commander Stone’s crew told the freighter its plan over a crackly radio.
The handmade flour tortillas behaved like matzo after a while, going stiff and crackly.
Then a voice comes over a crackly radio alerting the men to a Scarface sighting.
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.
Instead of french fries, the chicken is served with yuca fries — oversize and blond, with a crackly exterior and lusciously soft interior.
The two cannolis featured shells that were pleasantly crackly and stuffed with sweetened, whipped ricotta that spilled onto the plate.
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.
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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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