crag[ krag ]SEE DEFINITION OF crag
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRAG
We would leave his body on some crag where it would be found.
It was of Alice that every crag and cliff, every bay and inlet spoke.
He sat down on the brow of the crag and looked out over the sea.
Already their leading files had gained the crag beside the chapel.
The three men climb a crag, that overhangs the river, to watch us off.
Rounding a crag, he saw redness glow in the face of a steep bluff.
He fired four shots in quick succession at promising notches in the crag.
Do you see that crag that juts out from the side of the lower part of that peak?
It should leap from crag to crag like the chamois of the Alps.
They paused at the verge of the crag, and talked in eager, excited tones.