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After the Civil War,some whites were so poor they had to crack their own corn because the could not afford mill.
That cracker thinks he's high and mighty. He forgot where he came from.
by Correcta July 27, 2009
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A way of expressing that someone is sexually attractive. It is often used with irony or playfulness.

Comes from the verb “breed” which is to copulate with intent of bearing children.

For someone to be truly “breedable” they need to be fertile.
Anon: You are looking mighty breedable this fine evening, m’lady.
Stacy: Please don’t say that to me.
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Brad: Woh, you look submissive and breedable, Becky.
Becky: Wow, thanks. *sex*
by 100PercentEthylAlcohol July 14, 2021
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1) (brit. slang) crazy or insane

2) a small kind of firework filled with powder, which explodes with a sharp noise or with a series of sharp cracks.

3) one who breaks open, into, or through, as a safe, a secret code, or a barrier.

4) a thin, crisp biscuit.

5) one who throws out or utters with smartness.
(example) I dont eat crackers in church.
by MidKnight Outlaw June 13, 2008
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Cracker, is a term of contempt for the "poor" or "mean whites," particularly of Georgia and Florida. The term dates back to the American Revolution, and is derived from the "cracked corn" which formed their staple food.
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British slang, meaning a thing that is excellent.
Did you just see Ian hit that pigeon with his shoe? What a cracker!
by IanS343 October 24, 2010
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A chemical herb which induces the powers of bliss, essentially getting one high.
Marijuana; Weed; Pot; Crackers
by The Cracker Chief October 18, 2010
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A racially and culturally insensitive word derived from 15th and 16th English views of Irish and Scottish peasants with Celtic accents and customs. English nobility nicknamed these people "Crackers" because whenever they spoke, it makes the English laugh at them. Hence, the phrase, "to crack a joke" or a "cracker" was intended for Irish and Scottish peasants who sounded funny when spoke, were being interrogated or tortured.
English Lord #1: I'm bored and need a good laugh, but I'm sick of calling the jester.

English Lord #2: I know, let's arrest some Crackers and interrogate them while we drink some ale!

English Lord #1: Brilliant! They are exceptionally entertaining under lashing!

English Lord #2: Especially when forcing them to beg for mercy!

English Lord #1: Last time, even the inquisitor could not stop laughing!
by Ian the Invincible May 13, 2020
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