crackerjack

[ krak-er-jak ]SEE DEFINITION OF crackerjack

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRACKERJACK

"You'd be a crackerjack to talk to the old ladies," Lessing generously praised him.

"I am not aiming to be a crackerjack like you," grinned Dick.

Guess we deserve it, too, for we're on the way to bein' the crackerjack section of them all.

It makes a crackerjack market for me in the cattle business.

He was a connoisseur, for he had said that the picture was a crackerjack.

How would it do for you fellows to get hold of a crackerjack pitcher for this game?

Didn't we have a crackerjack team, the fastest that ever represented old Wayne?

He would read one and say: "Here's a crackerjack, Kit," and pass it to me.

"And we expect this season will be a crackerjack, too," he continued.

You see, Bud Warner has a crackerjack car, and he asked Phil and me to dash out with him one afternoon.

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