Reverse Word Search Lookup

Dictionary Suite
anticrack combined form of crack.
aperture a narrow opening, such as a hole, crack, gap, or slit. [1/2 definitions]
break to crack, destroy, or make inoperative or unusable. [1/25 definitions]
chap1 to crack or redden (the skin). [2/3 definitions]
chink1 a narrow crack; crevice; fissure. [1/3 definitions]
cracker a cylindrical cardboard party favor that makes a loud crack when opened and contains treats or favors. [1/4 definitions]
cranny a small opening in a wall, rock, or other solid mass; crack or crevice.
craze a fine crack or network of cracks, as in a glazed surface. [1/6 definitions]
crevasse a deep cleft or crack, esp. in a glacier or in the earth's surface. [2 definitions]
crevice a narrow opening, as in vertical rock or a wall; crack; fissure.
flaw1 a crack or break. [1/5 definitions]
fracture a break, crack, or rupture. [2/7 definitions]
hairline very thin or fine, as a crack or mark. [1/3 definitions]
joint in geology, a crack or fracture along which two large masses of rock touch. [1/13 definitions]
leak an accidental opening or crack through which something, esp. a liquid or gas, can pass out or in. [2/10 definitions]
lode a deposit of a mineral, such as copper ore, that fills a crack in a rock formation. [1/3 definitions]
pip4 of a baby bird in the process of hatching, to crack or break open (the eggshell). [1/3 definitions]
rift a crack or fissure made by breaking, splitting, or separating. [1/4 definitions]
smash to crack into pieces. [1/13 definitions]
snap a sharp or cracking sound, or the movement that causes it; crack. [1/21 definitions]