1) Flawed, unsound, possibly counterfeit when used of money.

c.1537 toke out an aungell-noble and bade theym change it and Staveley toke the same in his hands and said it was cracked, Jervaulx Abbey

1688 crack’t money, West Riding.

dates 1537 1688

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