You could feel the crackle in the supercharged air of a gender whose time had come.
In terms of charisma, the guy has all the snap, crackle, and pop of pudding.
Then one hears the crackle of gunfire in the air, the Somali soldiers begin yelling at Carstens about his camera.
But with Williams, talking fits the crackle and whistle, the distance of long-distance telephone talk.
Instead we heard the crackle of automatic gunfire and we could see gray smoke rising from the eastern side of the town.
The tom-tom was still troubling the morning air, and the crackle of two or three gunshots came down the valley.
"Just look, it's like cardboard," continued she, making one crackle between her fingers.
He put his ear to the earth, and then the crackle of rifles came more distinctly.
A volley of screams and oaths from the plain answered the crackle of the Browning.
It was astonishing how the crackle of that bit of paper in her handkerchief calmed and soothed her.