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Synonyms for crackle

to make a series of short, sharp noises

Synonyms for crackle

the sharp sound of snapping noises

glazed china with a network of fine cracks on the surface

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make a crackling sound

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make a crushing noise

to become, or to cause to become, covered with a network of small cracks

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having the surface decorated with a network of fine cracks, as in crackleware

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References in classic literature ?
Then, while beyond in the forest bright fires crackled and savory smells of sweetly roasting venison and fat capons filled the glade, and brown pasties warmed beside the blaze, did Robin Hood entertain the Sheriff right royally.
Our feet creaked and crackled over the bare planking, and my outstretched hand touched a wall from which the paper was hanging in ribbons.
The petrol burnt low, the wicker-work trailer banged and crackled.
But neither Richard nor Clarissa profited by the verdict, for directly it seemed likely that they would overhear, Richard crackled a sheet of paper.
Ojo placed his hand in the flabby stuffed glove that served the Scarecrow for a hand, and the Scarecrow pressed it so cordially that the straw in his glove crackled.
The red fire danced and crackled - only a few yards outside the flame-lit space came the dark forms of men creeping through the rough grass like snakes.
French Louis resisted till his huge frame crackled, and then, slowly, was forced over and under and downward.
When the boy had torn the steaming carcass across and cooled it, Jerry's meal began; nor did the meal cease till the last sliver of meat had been stripped and tongued from the bones and the bones crunched and crackled to fragments and swallowed.
Bartley and his wife stood silent for a long time; the fire crackled in the grate, the rain beat insistently upon the windows, and the sleepy Angora looked up at them curiously.
Though it was an autumn evening and somewhat warm, a huge fire of heaped billets of wood crackled and sparkled in a broad, open grate, some of the smoke escaping up a rude chimney, but the greater part rolling out into the room, so that the air was thick with it, and a man coming from without could scarce catch his breath.
Then old Tarwater's heart uprose again as the air was rent by a cyclone of profanity, from the midst of which crackled sentences like: --"Dirty skunks
The tin roof under her feet crackled with little resounding snaps that Pollyanna rather liked.
But the weeds were new to me -- some green, some brown and long, and some with little bladders that crackled between my fingers.