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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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This impressive firework has 54 multiple colour shots including silver spinners, red and green bursts, darting bees with blinking effects and pinks, blues and white golden crackles
"It is a high-pitched crackle like an audio pop that happens in the earpiece top speaker intermittently during calls.
The surface is all large crackle with a mostly directional effect, seeming to radiate from a spot near the center of the left edge.
"Crackle is the single best multi-platform source of free, ad-supported Hollywood films and television series," said Phil Lynch, VP Digital Networks and Games at Sony Pictures Television.
After the colored topcoat is applied, crackles will appear gradually.
"While current telescopes have yet to pick up these crackles, it's an area worth exploring," said Lazio.
He took off the surgical collar which he had had to wear for weeks so that Olga could "feel his crackles."
The increased pressure on the walls causes them to shatter with snaps, crackles and pops!
The St Michaels-In-The-Hamlet Community Primary pupil, who is a member of the Lamont Casting Agency in Formby, will be seen on screen from today asking her TV mum how many snaps, crackles and pops are in her bowl.
This Results for Men range of hair and body care products from Charles Worthington at Boots is described as an experiential range "that crackles and tingles, heats and cools".
Exemplifying the hazardous and bittersweet transmission of meaning typical of the Smiths' art, out of a storm of crackles emerges the cry of a cuckoo.
Schwartz's Juice: The Creative Fuel That Drives World-Class Inventors (Harvard Business School Press; $24.95) refers to the slang for electricity, with the electricity in question being that which crackles through our brains--"We all may have pretty much the same amount of juice powering our minds.
Affluent Manhattan gay men have been moving upstate to the decaying town of Stone Hollow, where the sweet country air crackles with animosity toward queers and the gentrification they bring.
And at nightfall the resort crackles with live evening shows performed by Sol Melia's professional entertainers.