"crackle" Definition

  1. or CRACKLING, the scored rind on a roast leg or loin of pork; hence applied to the velvet bars on the gowns of the students at St. John’s College, Cambridge, long called “Hogs,” and the covered bridge which connects one of the courts with the grounds, Isthmus of Suez (SUES, _Lat._ SUS, a swine).

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Position in the dictionary: 819 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: cracksman, cram, crammer, cranky, crap, crapping case, craw thumper, crawler, crawly mawly, cream of the valley
Previous words in the dictionary: cracking a crust, cracked up, crack up, crack a bottle, crack, crabshells, crabs, crab, coxy-loxy, cow’s grease

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