Antonyms for cracking:
Synonyms for cracking:
Other synonyms and related words:
first-string, first class, corking, discriminating, top-shelf, full-strength, incredibly, top, swagger, hype, awfully, not bad, grand, famous, specially, vastly, great, terrific, beautiful, sterling, catch, snap, brave, crackerjack, peachy, breeze, superlative, fault, piercing, blisteringly, marvelous, boss, nifty, break, groovy, frightfully, snapshot, banner, slick, neat, fissure, penetrative, frontline, superb, prizewinning, classic, gone, good, radical, righteous, wonderful, tasteful, pass, geological fault, five-star, stellar, incisive, keen, awesome, blue-ribbon, really, grab, greatly, lovely, prime, unsurpassed, capital, noble, bone, exceedingly, whirl, archly, heavily, shift, FOUR STAR, orderly, quip, brag, top-notch, clean, slap-up, gilt-edged, tip-top, down, dandy, cool, swell, noisy, fabulous, pushover, offer, colossally, fantabulous, primo, majorly, acute, penetrating, cleft, fiercely, sally, gangbusters, supernal, heavenly, top of the line, wizard, gingersnap, smashing, dynamite, a-ok, go, elasticity, topping, first-rate, A1, enormously, hugely, superior, splendid, refined, fracture, topflight, picnic, tornado, cranny, boffo, out of sight, walkover, prize, ever, hot, gap, fling, cinch, fab, bonny, bumper, divine, fantastic, surpassingly, scissure, chap, quality, stabbing, jim-dandy, choice, fine, That, mightily, shot, PHAT, Roaringly, wisecrack, bully, way, crevice, centering.
Blemishing, Freckling, blistering, scratching, scoring, damaging, Notching, splotching, Blotting, Checking, staining, Slitting, Specking, Flawing, Discoloring, hurting, spotting, Marring, Defacing, Dotting, Tarnishing, Flecking, scraping, Kinking, Disfiguring, Hacking, Nicking, Scuffing, marking, Scarring, Gashing, Deforming, defecting, Tainting, Fracturing, chipping, Abrading, Distorting, spoiling.
Chinking, cutting, Incising, serrating, splitting, Indenting, cleaving.
Usage examples for cracking:
- He seemed to have a grim indifference to exposure; contempt, with a sense of the humour of it: and this was a satisfaction to him, founded on his practical observance of two or three maxims quite equal to the fullest knowledge of women for rightly managing them: preferable, inasmuch as they are simpler, and, by merely cracking a whip, bring her back to the post, instead of wasting time by hunting her as she likes to run. - "The Tragic Comedians, Complete", George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009.
- He's a cracking good duck shot. - "Fore!", Charles Emmett Van Loan.
- But there was no cracking of the heavens: only silence; and, as she waited, she could feel the beating of her pulse in her throat. - "Burning Sands", Arthur Weigall.