gnarly[ nahr-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gnarly
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“The gnarly trees, their twisted branches”—recommenced the top boy.
The latter had been shaved and smoothed over every gnarly place.
The chance apple tree beside the road, with fruit too gnarly to eat, is common on roadsides throughout New England.
In front stands the old brown anvil set upon a gnarly maple block.
They were twisted and gnarly, and with scarcely the semblance of the full meaty calf such as graces your leg and mine.
And as he peers he crooks one monstrous leg and with his gnarly toes scratches himself on the stomach.
He was tall and gnarly and the point of his chin rested stiffly on the slope of his shoulder.
The water in which the fruit was boiled can be used with the parings, cores, and gnarly fruit to make jelly.
Gnarly fruit may be used for jellies or marmalades by cutting out defective portions.
It had been seen to destroy a four year old bull by a single impact upon that animal's gnarly forehead.
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