Thesaurus / rocky

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Megan Barrington watched the sun rise over the rocky outcrop.
That extra carbon dioxide results in oceans that are more acidic, which makes it harder for corals to build their rocky homes.
That means it probably has to be a gas giant like Jupiter rather than a rocky planet like Earth.
However, he explains, that broth could be a liquid water ocean — one that exchanges chemicals with some rocky surface.
Because things are only going to get rockier through election day.
They are best suited for chalk districts or rocky ones, where they thrive most luxuriantly, and make a very brilliant display.
THE WILD GARDENWILLIAM ROBINSON
I am afraid to say at what angle the rocky wall went up above us.
TO THE WESTGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
Across the entrance the floor sloped up to the rocky ridge, of which Mr. Rogers had spoken; and beyond the ridge lay the pool.
MAJOR VIGOUREUXA. T. QUILLER-COUCH
There was often dryness in his handling, and something too much of the theatrical in his wrecks on rocky shores.
The soil was rather stiff, and indicated a rocky formation, blocks of granite projecting from it in various directions.

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