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crepitant (adjective), more crepitant, most crepitant
1. A reference to the feel or sound of crackling or rattling, or of rough surfaces being rubbed together: The crepitant sound of the virtual DVD of a fireplace which Jim's sister has is realistic; the only thing missing is the warmth.
2. Pertaining to a fine bubbling noise produced by air entering fluid in lung tissue: The most crepitant sounds are heard during pneumonia and in certain other conditions.
3. Etymology: from Latin crepitans, "An audible crackling sound."
Making a crackling sound on the stairs.
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Making crepitant sounds such as those on a stairway at night when someone doesn't want anyone else to hear him or her. (1)