[ US /ˈkɹækɝˌdʒæk/ ]
[ UK /kɹˈækəd‍ʒˌæk/ ]
  1. something excellent of its kind
    the bike was a jimdandy
  2. someone excellent of their kind
    he's a jimdandy of a soldier
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How To Use crackerjack In A Sentence

  • The movie is pure crackerjack: Not a single scene fails to push the plot forward.
  • Yes, indeed -- the NFL, that crackerjack enforcement organization when it comes to making sure that this kind of thing isn't glorified, is making additional cash on the photos (the "shots of the shots") it claims to find so reprehensible. NFL says putting photos of illegal hits up for sale was a mistake
  • The other five are all potential crackerjacks and it is a contest which is going to answer a lot of questions.
  • It's that kind of crackerjack political acumen that gets you a coveted editorial slot in the New York Times. Hullabaloo
  • On the one hand, Australia's crackerjack fit with the Chinese economy is reshaping Australia's trade and investment flows, drawing the country into a China-centred Asian orbit.
  • That should again be the case this evening, so fans will surely be in for a crackerjack encounter.
  • And the band, well, you'll not find a crackerjack band like this on many stages.
  • Groomed for a military career, Boulogne became a crackerjack equestrian, swordsman, and sportsman.
  • His low point seemed to be the summer of 1994, when the baseball strike put the peanut and Crackerjack industries into a tailspin.
  • The corporations always have a battalion of crackerjack lawyers to defend themselves.
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