Crackle (verb)

  1. To make a series of slight, sudden, sharp noises.
  2. To emit a series of slight, sudden, sharp sounds or pops.


The word crackle comes from the old english word "cracian" which means "to make a sharp noise" and it first appeared in the english language in the 14th century.


  1. The fire crackled in the fireplace.
  2. The ice on the pond crackled as the children walked on it.
  3. The radio crackled with static.
  4. The sound of crackling leaves underfoot.
  5. The sound of crackling firewood in the campfire.
Some random words: dotcom, snazzy, disturbance