adjective crag·gy \ˈkra-gē\

: having many crags

: rough in a way that suggests strength


Full Definition of CRAGGY

:  full of crags <craggy slopes>
:  rough, rugged <a craggy face> <a craggy voice>
crag·gi·ly \ˈkra-gə-lē\ adverb
crag·gi·ness \ˈkra-gē-nəs\ noun

Examples of CRAGGY

  1. a famous actor who is known for his craggy good looks
  2. his white hair and craggy face

First Known Use of CRAGGY

15th century


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