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Noun(1) the sharp sound of snapping noises(2) glazed china with a network of fine cracks on the surface
Verb(1) make a crackling sound(2) make a crushing noise(3) to become, or to cause to become, covered with a network of small cracks
Adjective(1) having the surface decorated with a network of fine cracks, as in crackleware
(1) The crackle varnish of recent years provides a geological quality probably inspired by the Porcelain series of works by a 1990s collaborator, Heather Straka.(2) The cave was silent except for an occasional crackle from the dying fire.(3) The crackle of gunfire could be heard over the noon call to prayer.(4) The air in the Odyssey arena begins to crackle with excitement.(5) There was a dead silence in the room except for the occasional crackle of the jumping embers inside the fireplace.(6) The sound is richer and free of the very occasional crackle and hiss that existed on the laserdisc.(7) His boots clumped loudly on the stone floor, accompanied by the sharp crackle of burning wood.(8) The surface of the drawing was then polished, and parts were carefully burnt in with a heat lamp, producing a crackle pattern.(9) My hands tingle and I hiss as the slight, uncomfortable crackle of electricity.(10) The only sound was the soft crackle of flames and crickets chirping in the field.(11) there was a crackle and a whine from the microphone(12) Hunkered down in my studies, I'd hear the trailer suddenly begin to crackle like a beer can crushed in a fist.(13) Chandler's words crackle and dance, amusing us while instilling a sense of impending doom.(14) The air between us seems to crackle and fizz with tension.(15) She closed her eyes and listened to the soft crackle of the warm campfire.(16) A crackle of thunder ripped through the darkening sky and the rain became more intense.
1. crackleware ::
3. sizzle ::
4. crunch ::
5. crepitate ::
Different Formscrackle, crackled, crackles
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