On examining the chest with the stethoscope, the crepitant ronchus was heard in the upper part of each lung.
They looked solemnly into the crepitant blaze of the new fire.
The upper lobe was crepitant, though infiltrated with carbon into the interlobular cellular tissue.
The lungs towards their posterior margins and bases were dark, but still spongy and crepitant.
I select that to which the crepitant Eutrechina belong, containing those which from their usually truncated elytra MM.
The crash no longer rolled afar, but cracked close to the ear, hard, crepitant.
Valeria's head was turned round again, and she heard a crepitant sound as if her hair were being cut.
The putrefactive gases evolved cause the skin to become emphysematous and crepitant and produce an offensive odour.
crepitant crep·i·tant (krěp'ĭ-tənt)
Relating to or characterized by crepitation.
crepitate crep·i·tate (krěp'ĭ-tāt')
v. crep·i·tat·ed, crep·i·tat·ing, crep·i·tates
To make a crackling or popping sound; crackle.