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noun. ['ˈkrækɪŋ'] a sudden sharp noise.
Rhymes with Cracking
Sentences with cracking
1. Noun, singular or mass
Conditioning the leather like this will prevent drying and cracking, and it will help remove scratches.
2. Verb, gerund or present participle
This saves the plastic pool from cracking against a rock or hard ground.
Quotes about cracking
1. Colpo di fulmine. The thunderbolt, as Italians call it. When love strikes someone like lightning, so powerful and intense it can’t be denied. It’s beautiful and messy,cracking a chest open and spilling their soul out for the world to see. It turns a person inside out, and there’s no going back from it. Once the thunderbolt hits, your life isirrevocably changed.
- J.M. Darhower, Sempre
2. I hugged him without any kind of fear or self-consciousness, fiercely, with a rush of emotion that almost brought tears to my eyes."I could kiss you!"Chubs cried."Please don't!"I gasp out, feeling his arms tighten around my ribs to the point of cracking them.
- Alexandra Bracken, The Darkest Minds
3. I used to think that once you really knew a thing, its truth would shine on forever. Now it's pretty obvious to me that more often than not the batteries fade, and sometimes what you knew even goes out with a bang when you try and call on it, just like a light bulb cracking off when you throw the switch.
- Lucy Grealy
noun. ['ˈkrækɪŋ'] the act of cracking something.
- natural object
adjective. ['ˈkrækɪŋ'] very good.
- not bad
noun. ['ˈkrækɪŋ'] the process whereby heavy molecules of naphtha or petroleum are broken down into hydrocarbons of lower molecular weight (especially in the oil-refining process).
- chemical action
- chemical change