Definition of cracky in English:

cracky

Syllabification: crack·y
Pronunciation: /ˈkrakē
 
/

noun

(in phrase by cracky) informal dated
An exclamation used for emphasis.
More example sentences
  • 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.

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