crackerjack crackerjack  /ˈkræ kər ˌdʒæk/


  1. (n) someone excellent of their kind
  2. (n) something excellent of its kind



  1. A crackerjack player, good-humored Fred Vinson has never been known to get openly riled at a partner's misplay.
  2. With his dignity and restraint, Home will show up Harold Wilson for a cheap crackerjack.
  3. Only one crackerjack new cartoonist has emerged in the campaign, and only one crackerjack new cartoon character.


  1. Female deckhands find ‘reel’ work rewarding

    Deckhand Marybeth Head sails aboard the Crackerjack during a season that runs from March until mid-October, including a grueling stretch of 100 days without a break. The only concession to her male counterparts is the stepstool she uses to reach the rod holders.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Newport News-Times

  2. Culinary Mindfulness And Windowfarms: 5 Ways To Increase Well-Being

    When a food company sells something that nails the psychology of well-being instead of just seducing customers with the illusory satisfactions of ever cheaper access to more sugar, fat, or salt, they deserve some attention. Windowfarms, a Brooklyn-based start-up I’ve followed ever since hearing crackerjack founder Britta Riley give a 2011 TEDx talk about the project, is such a company. So, if ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Forbes


  1. "I don't know how you put somebody in who was as crackerjack as General McChrystal, who gives the president very solid recommendations, and not take those recommendations if you're not going to pull out," Feinstein said.
    on Oct 15, 2009 By: Dianne Feinstein Source: FOXNews

  2. "We've got some crackerjack writers, with [series creator and star Tina Fey] being the head writer," McBrayer says. "She really has just captured all of the characters' voices, which makes it so easy for us. I mean, I put on that page uniform...
    on Apr 17, 2007 By: Jack McBrayer Source: Back Stage

Word of the Day
profusion profusion
/prə ˈfju ʒən /