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Cracked vs. Cranked

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Crackedadjective

Broken so that cracks appear on, or under, the surface.

Crankedverb

simple past tense and past participle of crank

Crackedadjective

Broken into coarse pieces.

Crankedadjective

Formed with, or having, a bend or crank.

‘a cranked axle’;

Crackedadjective

(of a voice) Harsh or dissonant.

Crankedadjective

Formed with, or having, a bend or crank; as, a cranked axle.

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Crackedadjective

(slang) Crazy; crackpot.

Crackedverb

simple past tense and past participle of crack

Crackedadjective

Coarsely ground or broken; as, cracked wheat.

Crackedadjective

Crack-brained.

Crackedadjective

used of skin roughened as a result of cold or exposure;

‘chapped lips’;

Crackedadjective

broken without being divided into parts but having fissures appear on the surface;

‘a cracked mirror’;

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Crackedadjective

of paint or varnish; having the appearance of alligator hide

Crackedadjective

informal or slang terms for mentally irregular;

‘it used to drive my husband balmy’;

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