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The gnarly seed that sprouts into a soft green thing and the sapling that becomes a behemoth, understandably, catch our eye.

Junk Food Is Bad For Plants, Too - Issue 90: Something GreenAnne Biklé & David R. MontgomerySeptember 23, 2020Nautilus

Many of the gnarly, systemic issues underlying such shootings persist and have motivated millions of Americans to protest in the streets of cities across the country in recent months.

The individual thus addressed slowly rose out of his chair, exhibiting a squat, gnarly figure surmounted by a very large head.

The ClarionSamuel Hopkins Adams

The latter had been shaved and smoothed over every gnarly place.

Her neck, far too liberally exhibited, resembled nothing so much as the stem of an ill-conditioned, gnarly young olive tree.

If the horn is not cut close enough to the head, an irregular, gnarly growth of horn is liable to follow.

Special Report on Diseases of CattleU.S. Department of Agriculture

Back of it opened a hillside brown with dead ferns, dotted with great solitary firs and gnarly branched arbutus.

Poor Man's RockBertrand W. Sinclair

The house itself looked like a withered and gnarly apple left hanging upon the tree from the year before.

Janice DayHelen Beecher Long

He was tall and gnarly and the point of his chin rested stiffly on the slope of his shoulder.

Shadow MountainDane Coolidge

Golden Seal is a perennial plant, the gnarly, knotty root of which is the part used in medicine.

Ginseng and Other Medicinal PlantsA. R. (Arthur Robert) Harding

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