|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (imp. & p. p.) of Crack.
2. (a.) Coarsely ground or broken; as, cracked wheat.
3. (a.) Crack-brained.
Cracked (6 Occurrences)
Joshua 9:4 Acting with deceit, got food together as if for a long journey; and took old food-bags for their asses, and old and cracked wine-skins kept together with cord; (BBE NIV)
Joshua 9:13 And these wine-skins were new when we put the wine in them, and now they are cracked as you see; and our clothing and our shoes have become old because of our very long journey here. (BBE NIV)
Judges 9:53 But a certain woman sent a great stone, such as is used for crushing grain, on to the head of Abimelech, cracking the bone. (See NIV)
Job 7:5 My flesh is covered with worms and dust; my skin gets hard and then is cracked again. (BBE)
Isaiah 30:13 This sin will be to you like a crack in a high wall, causing its fall suddenly and in a minute. (See NIV)
Jeremiah 14:4 Because of the ground which is cracked, because no rain has been in the land, the plowmen are disappointed, they cover their heads. (WEB JPS ASV NAS NIV)