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Synonyms for crackle

to make a series of short, sharp noises

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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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Cosi has developed featured foods that are built around a secret, generations-old recipe for crackly crust flatbread.
Speaking exclusively to the Chronicle on a crackly mobile from South Africa, Benton lad Chris said: "We're being flown out by private jet to Nelson Mandela's house on Sunday morning.
The only other information which came through on the crackly 999 mobile call was a vague location and Conwy Harbour, said Llandudno Inshore lifeboat spokesman Alan Sharps.
From stem end, peel off about half of the thin, crackly shell (you may need a small knife to get it started), then pinch the shell end to pop the sweet, juicy globe in your mouth.
Holed up in his hotel room, somewhere off Piccadilly, he spent a good hour tuning his trusty, war-ravaged wireless set to the crackly frequency of the American Forces Network to hear an excitable sportscaster give a breathless commentary on the game.
Time and warmth are all it takes to transform a few basic ingredients into a springy, silky dough that bakes to a crackly, crusted loaf.
To be understood over a crackly telephone line, a person can try to speak more slowly or loudly--or even repeat phrases--to get the message across.
NASDAQ: COSI) is a national premium convenience restaurant chain that has developed featured foods built around a secret, generations-old recipe for crackly crust flatbread.
Maybe it was due to my Valleys accent mixed with the slightly crackly delay of the transAtlantic phone line between us - or maybe, just maybe, he'd had to gannet his way through his tea to talk to me too.
During the crackly phone call Mr Chandler said: "We are at the moment in the captain's cabin of the container ship Kota Wajah.
So will you be, I reckon, after he shows Mosley his crackly old VHS of the procedure.
With everyone full of curry and a crackly radio playing pop songs, the atmosphere feels like a large family front room.
We have heard these tunes so many times in recent years the record is beginning to sound scratched and crackly.
Her comfort thumb was in, she was silent as a mouse and even her giant buzzy thing with crackly foil wings failed to spark a response.