Crackling [verb]

Definition of Crackling:

make breaking sound

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Sentence/Example of Crackling:

Things to consider when buying a baby monitorGone are the days when monitors were little more than CB radios delivering crackling noises that might be your child crying or might just be static interference.

A cleaner method arrived in 1965, when researchers detected a faint crackling of microwaves coming from every direction in space.

He also said he had extreme pain in his ear and heard constant crackling.

If the fans filtering the air had stopped, I felt that I might have heard the crackling of millions of miles of mycelium running through its food.

It was not long before a fire was crackling cheerily and bacon was spitting in a frying pan over the blaze.

But her ears magnified a thousandfold each crackling of a log and each creak of the floor sent expectant shivers along her spine.

They both looked up and listened to the crackling of the electricity above their heads.

There was a sudden sound of steps and crackling twigs in the grove behind us, and Buster emerged up the path, hot on our scent.

The great roasts are simmering and crackling on the spits, while the vegetables of potatoes, chestnuts and peas are boiling.

Unluckily, with M. de Monsoreau's weight a stone fell from the wall on the crackling branches with a great noise.