Examples of craggy in a Sentence
a famous actor who is known for his craggy good looks
his white hair and craggy face
Recent Examples of craggy from the Web
Meanwhile, using the side of a chef’s knife, coarsely crush olives to break them up into large craggy pieces
Anthropologists at Cal State Channel Islands recently discovered evidence that tiny Santa Barbara island, a craggy 1-square-mile piece of the Channel Islands, may have been more than just a stopping point for further travels.
Her movements still retain the fluid lines of a dancer, and her voice has matured into a craggy contralto that penetrates the audio haze of a busy bar, but never farther than a few feet.
Both are made more dramatic by the sometimes 100-foot craggy cliffs of the gorge.
The shambling, craggy-face performer often played loners and criminals, and made waves with roles in films like Ridley Scott's Alien, the Cannes Palme D'or-winning Paris, Texas, Cool Hand Luke opposite Paul Newman and many other films and TV shows.
Then flip them over and fill the craggy pockets with that garlicky butter.
The more aspirational narrative concerns Eric Marsh (Josh Brolin, whose craggy face has never better blended with a parched setting).
The shambling, craggy-face performer made waves with roles in films like Alien, Paris, Texas, Cool Hand Luke and many other films and TV shows.
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