Definition of Crackled

1. a. Covered with minute cracks in the glaze; -- said of some kinds of porcelain and fine earthenware.



Definition of Crackled

1. Verb. (past of crackle) ¹

2. Adjective. (pottery) Having a crackle, or glaze resembling many small cracks. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Crackled

1. crackle [v] - See also: crackle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crackled

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crackhead
crackheads
crackhouse
crackhouses
crackier
crackiest
cracking
cracking a book
crackings
crackjaw
crackle
crackle china
crackleberries
crackleberry
crackled (current term)
crackles
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cracklewares
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Literary usage of Crackled

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Catalogue of a Collection of Oriental Porcelain and Pottery: Lent for by Augustus Wollaston Franks (1878)
"Chinese porcelain ; the outside of a grey blue, crackled ; the upper part of inside also crackled ; the cracks are filled in with brown. ..."

2. How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain by Willoughby Hodgson (1907)
"During the Sung dynasty (960-1279), vases are spoken of as being crackled, and the works of these two famous potters — the brothers Chang — are distin- ..."

3. Things Chinese: Being Notes on Various Subjects Connected with China by James Dyer Ball (1900)
"... medium and small crackle, the latter being called by the French truite, from its resemblance to the scales of a trout.' The crackled porcelain known as ..."

4. Catalogue of a Collection of Oriental Porcelain and Pottery Lent for by Augustus Wollaston Franks (1876)
"Chinese porcelain ; the outside of a grey blue crackled ; the upper part of inside also crackled ; the cracks are filled in with brown. H. 2| in., W. 4£ in. ..."

5. The Complete Confectioner, Or, Housekeeper's Guide: To a Simple and Speedy by Hannah Glasse, Maria Wilson (1800)
"The crackled Sugar. Is proved by letting it boil rather longer; and then dipping a stick into the sugar, which immediately remove into a pot of cold water, ..."

6. Catalogue of a Collection of Oriental Porcelain and Pottery: Lent for by Augustus Wollaston Franks (1878)
"Chinese porcelain ; the outside of a grey blue, crackled ; the upper part of inside also crackled ; the cracks are filled in with brown. ..."

7. How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain by Willoughby Hodgson (1907)
"During the Sung dynasty (960-1279), vases are spoken of as being crackled, and the works of these two famous potters — the brothers Chang — are distin- ..."

8. Things Chinese: Being Notes on Various Subjects Connected with China by James Dyer Ball (1900)
"... medium and small crackle, the latter being called by the French truite, from its resemblance to the scales of a trout.' The crackled porcelain known as ..."

9. Catalogue of a Collection of Oriental Porcelain and Pottery Lent for by Augustus Wollaston Franks (1876)
"Chinese porcelain ; the outside of a grey blue crackled ; the upper part of inside also crackled ; the cracks are filled in with brown. H. 2| in., W. 4£ in. ..."

10. The Complete Confectioner, Or, Housekeeper's Guide: To a Simple and Speedy by Hannah Glasse, Maria Wilson (1800)
"The crackled Sugar. Is proved by letting it boil rather longer; and then dipping a stick into the sugar, which immediately remove into a pot of cold water, ..."

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