crackle[ krak-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF crackle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRACKLE
A ripping crash like the crackle of lightning in the vaulted room!
"Just look, it's like cardboard," continued she, making one crackle between her fingers.
A volley of screams and oaths from the plain answered the crackle of the Browning.
The band had stopped, and there was the distant hum of voices and the crackle of plates.
Then they recommenced and the crackle of branches was louder than ever.
I kind of like to poke Elkanah in the shirt front once in a while, just to hear it crackle.
There was a crackle of electricity, and a low humming like that of a giant top.
Thatch well sodden with winter's rain does not blaze or crackle.
Then there was a hiss and a crackle, and in the receiver of the desk a book appeared.
The Indian felt the ground for tracks and pitfalls and sticks, that might crackle.