Meaning of cracky in English:


Pronunciation /ˈkraki/



    by cracky
    informal, dated
    • An exclamation used for emphasis.

      • ‘Is the boy really homeless, or was he just being a cracky drama queen and wanting to go anywhere but home?’
      • ‘This week the weather forecast wasn't too cracky so we decided to stay at home.’
      • ‘The husband of this household was on benefits, and the decor of the house wasn't all that cracky.’
      • ‘I'll cheerfully have happy conversations and sing in my cracky happy voice.’
      • ‘I commiserate with you on being a bit cracky for some people's tastes.’