cream-crackered

cream-crackered

adj
slang Brit exhausted
[C20: rhyming slang for knackered]
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Then we'd still get our traditional football fix but without substandard teams or cream-crackered players.
Seemingly never-ending climbs Seemingly never-ending climbs resulted in me falling off several resulted in me falling off several times through a combination of times through a combination of dehydration, fatigue and a dehydration, fatigue and a symptom best described as symptom best described as being cream-crackered.
I think if I can get through the Vuelta in good shape and get to the end not completely cream-crackered and with good legs, it will be good preparation heading into the world championships.
I was so cream-crackered, I had half a lager in the bar afterwards.
But I am also all too familiar with the feeling of being more cream-crackered on my first day back than I was in the first place.
It's obvious that half of them are cream-crackered at the moment.
Surely young Winston must have known how cream-crackered Original Source was because he eventually trailed in a distance behind the winner Ivan Denisovich - after completing the last four furlongs at a pace a tubby snail would have blushed at.
Apparently,millions of wage slaves unofficially extend their summer holidays because they leave them feeling cream-crackered.
For a start they took place early enough in the day for me not to feel totally cream-crackered.
Sam Allardyce sent out his men well aware that many of the Gunners were cream-crackered from being taken to the wire by Wigan 72 hours earlier.
Following a long midweek coach journey to Hartlepool, the Essex boys might be cream-crackered, so I've already struck a pounds 200-pounds 240 bet Swansea.
I'M A Celebrity winner Joe Pasquale arrived back in the UK last night and declared he was cream-crackered.