crackly

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adjective crack·ly \ˈkra-k(ə-)lē\

Definition of crackly

  1. :  inclined to crackle :  crisp

Examples of crackly in a Sentence

  1. the crackly sound of the old record

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1732

First Known Use of crackly

1732


CRACKLY Defined for English Language Learners

crackly

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adjective

Definition of crackly for English Language Learners

  • : having or making a series of short, sharp noises

  • : thin and easily cracked

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