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crack

[ krak ]SEE DEFINITION OF crack

Synonyms for crack

  • ace
  • adept
  • best
  • capital
  • choice
  • crackerjack
  • elite
  • expert
  • pro
  • superior
  • able
  • deluxe
  • excellent
  • first-class
  • handpicked
  • proficient
  • skilled
  • skillful
  • talented
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Antonyms for crack

  • inept
  • inferior
  • low-class
  • lower
  • minor
  • poor
  • unskilled
  • worst
  • bad
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRACK

He could even look through a crack and see the faces of the strangers.

He opened the door an inch and I could see a chain between the crack.

Don't be alarmed; you can bear examination; I don't see a crack anywhere.

Now I have a great part of a mind to crack thy pate for thee.

And he gave the Tanner a crack that made him roar for all his coughing.

With that receipt, Pat, you'd need a hammer to crack 'em with after they was baked.

And then Sam with a curious light in his eyes took me to a door which he opened just a crack.

The enamel was cracked, and I followed every crack as well as every figure of the hours.

The merchant stole from his room and looked through the crack in the door.

I'll be ben mysel' in a meenute or twa to hae a crack wi' her.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English cracian "make a sharp noise," from Proto-Germanic *krakojan (cf. Middle Dutch craken, Dutch kraken, German krachen), probably imitative. Related: Cracked; cracking. To crack a smile is from 1840s; to crack the whip in the figurative sense is from 1940s.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CRACK

acknowledge

verbadmit truth or reality of something

adept

adjectivevery able
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