Ellabelle was a crackajack housekeeper and had plenty of time to lie out in the hammock and read 'Lucile' of afternoons.
Arthur whittles things out of woodhell show you what he can do in a minutehes a crackajack.
I don't mind confessing that I told them a little about you—said you had no end of crackajack material I could use.
: He estimates that a crackerjack examiner working under optimum conditions would find 10 to 15 percent of his cases to be inconclusive/ I'm a crackerjack story teller
A person or thing that is remarkable, wonderful, superior, etc: Signorelli is a crackerjack
[late 1880s+; origin uncertain; perhaps a fanciful extension of cracker in the mid-19th-century British sense ''something approaching perfection,'' which is also reflected in terms like crack shot, crack troops, etc, and based on an echoic expression of speed; hence also cracking; the term is reinforced in the US by late 19th-century trademark Cracker Jack for a popcorn and peanut confection]