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crackle in Colours & sounds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcracklecrack‧le /ˈkrækəl/ ●○○ verb [intransitive]  CSOUNDto make repeated short sounds like something burning in a fire logs crackling on the fire An announcement crackled over the tannoy.crackle noun [countable]crackly adjective→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
crackleThe logs in the Adam-style open fireplace crackled.He was silent for some time, as the fire crackled.In the living-room, a huge fire was crackling away.His radio crackles back with nothing but static.It crackled for a moment and then fell silent.There was a fire crackling in the big fireplace.The wooden beams and ceiling were crackling in the extreme heat.Singed needles only add to the celebration because they crackle like sparklers and give off the pungent aroma of the evergreen woods.A log crackled on the fire.Welcome to St. Petersburg, a voice crackled over the intercom.He put logs on the fire and the flames crackled up.The story of the Unabomber crackles with the raw mystery and tension of a cops-and-robbers potboiler.