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adjective as in fissured

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This area of your face dries out easily and can become raw and cracked.

It made a nuclear mess in the Antarctic, with 438 malfunctions in 10 years including a cracked and leaking containment vessel.

Maybe that’s why this call was more difficult and I ended up saying goodbye to my father with a cracked voice and wet eyes.

Just two days before the collapse, a pool contractor was so alarmed that he documented cracked concrete and corroded, exposed rebar in the garage, according to the Miami Herald.

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Before you crawl into your sleeping bag, slather cracked fingers and crusty knees with this extra-thick balm.

Trying The Macallan for the first time cracked it wide open for me in terms of how special whisky could be.

Turing conceived and built a computer, the forerunner of all digital computations, that cracked the code.

Working with him, too, he cracked up a couple of times with what I was doing in the scene-work.

And then it really cracked us up that it was the mental institution that made them the monsters we know and love.

Inserting my key into the lock, I had just cracked the door open when a face appeared in the window.

"God bless 'ee, Missy," cried the old man in the shrill cracked voice of age, as he pressed up to the carriage window.

In his cracked old voice, he still paid his Grandisonian compliments to the two ladies.

Just as I got there, he made it to his feet somehow and cracked their heads together exactly hard enough to bring peace.

Donny recognized the high, cracked, pathetic tones which had addressed him at the station.

Then a branch cracked sharply outside, and Watch barked out loud.

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On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cracked, such as: broken, damaged, fractured, crazed, and split.

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