craggy

[ krag-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF craggy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRAGGY

There happened to be a channel between them, craggy and difficult to pass.

Was it a smile that lighted up her craggy features, like sunshine on granite.

It is beautiful—a mixture of sylvan loveliness and craggy wildness.

Sordello nodded, and there was a look of respect in his craggy face.

Vast areas are occupied by craggy peaks and barren rock-fields.

Let others, if they will, find out rough and craggy ways that lead to heaven.

And in all that craggy wilderness there was scarcely a vestige of habitation.

This town was situated on a high and craggy rock, near Megalopolis.

They had the sea on their right, and on their left, a chain of craggy eminences.

Hard by, on your right, are the craggy heights of Capranica.

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