Cosby Lodge Bridge
Crack, v. n. to boast ; brag.
"Your very tradesmen, if they be excellent, will crak and brag, and show their folly in excess."
To the query , 'How are you today?' a very common answer is, 'Nothing to crack of,' or, 'Not to be cracked of.'
ab. a boast.
"Some men make their cracks that they, maugre all men's heads, have found purgatory ."
"Great cracks hath been made that all should be well."
"Out of this fountain proceed all those cracks and brags."
'Ah heerd 'im a -mekkin' his cracks ovver it.'
sb. a twinkling ; a 'jiffy.' 'In a crack,' instantaneously.