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crack up

verb as in crash or wreck a car, plane, etc.

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verb as in laugh or to cause to laugh unrestrainedly

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Example Sentences

[Both guys crack up] “Is there an Intellegentsia Coffee in Puerto Rico?”

I would crack up laughing and say, “Are you really shooting this?”

Back then, things seemed simpler: the continent was due for imminent crack-up.

From there we see Biden start to crack up—perhaps caught off guard by the unexpected compliment.

After hours of this—literally—men begin to crack up, and a class of 100 can shrink by 10 percent in a few minutes.

Some brave soul had hauled me out of that crack-up before the fuel tank went up in the fire.

Nor was there a trace anywhere in a vast circle—almost a half mile they searched—from the crack-up.

The puzzle began to go around and around in my head again, all the way back to that gleaming road and the crack-up.

Now, it is only ignorance which causes ladies to believe that there is any necessity to 'crack up' the character of a servant.

They were being drawn earthward, and all the pilot could do only delayed the inevitable crack-up.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to crack-up, such as: breakdown, destruction, smash-up, accident, collapse, and crash.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.