gnarled[ nahrld ]SEE DEFINITION OF gnarled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GNARLED
He had limbs of great length, and muscles like the gnarled heads of a beech.
Gnarled cedars, hanging precariously, might hide pixies and elves.
So that the more knotted and gnarled a log of mahogany is, the better.
She got up out of the hay, and put out a gnarled brown hand for it.
Even from the path he saw extending from the heap an arm, a gnarled hand.
He placed the gnarled thing in sunlight and crouched to survey it.
House or cabin there was none in all the gloomy reaches of rocks and gnarled trees.
He tapped with his gnarled fingers on the blanket that lay over his knees.
The Phantom Ship's gnarled lavas may be examined and climbed.
There are men and women, too, all gnarled and bent out of shape.