"crack" Definition

  1. the favourite horse in a race. Steeplechase and hunting CRACKS have been made the subjects of well-known pictures, and “the gallops of the CRACKS” is a prominent line in the sporting papers.
  2. first-rate, excellent; “a CRACK HAND,” an adept; a “CRACK article,” a good one. “A CRACK regiment,” a fashionable one.—_Old._
  3. dry firewood.—_Modern Gipsy._
  4. “in a CRACK (of the finger and thumb),” in a moment.
  5. to break into a house; “CRACK A CRIB,” to commit burglary.

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Position in the dictionary: 814 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: crack a bottle, crack up, cracked up, cracking a crust, crackle, cracksman, cram, crammer, cranky, crap
Previous words in the dictionary: crabshells, crabs, crab, coxy-loxy, cow’s grease, cowan, cow-lick, cow-hocked, cow-cow, cover-down

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