Oh, I don't care how much it costs, so it's a Cracker Jack of a house.
Shes a Cracker Jack; shes got the beautifullest hair yer ever saw.
Pa is a Cracker Jack on golf; he has friends in New Jersey who are fine players.
I havent forgotten what a Cracker Jack write-up you did of the Journal team victory over the Star, smiled the editor.
: 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]