from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having lots of cracks.
- adj. crazy, mad
- n. Democrat.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Talkative: often used to express the loquacity of a person in liquor.
- Affable; agreeable in conversation.
- An exclamation of surprise or astonishment.
Sufferin 'cracky! don't I recollect the first time I hit the trail!
'besides -- between ourselves -- he has been "cracky" for some time.
"'His mind is lost in calculations,' said the Jack-in-a-box, 'besides – between ourselves – he has been" cracky "for some time.
You discover the words, “whippersnapper,” “scalawag” and “by-cracky” creeping into your vocabulary.
(Probably this part is a little bit inappropriate for work and slightly cracky)
Or Jonathon, if anyone has an idea for a missing scene outtake of the cracky or silly variety.
He's even threatened to take the considerable moolah he was going to sink into the team's purchase and by cracky, sue those vile scalawags who besmirched his integri-fucking-ty!
It's sweet at first, then a bit cracky, then downright hot.
Is it because they don't want those fancy pants New York lawyers being all wise-cracky during a "You can't handle the truth!" moment?
It's not as technically proficient as this year's Calvino fic "Five Stories the Reader Never Began," but it's more accessible to a general reader because it's less ambitious and more cracky.