Examples of craggy in a Sentence
a famous actor who is known for his craggy good looks
his white hair and craggy face
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By Sandrine Ceurstemont PUBLISHED May 25, 2018 A craggy pine tree growing in southern Italy is 1,230 years old, making it the oldest tree in Europe that has been scientifically dated.
The fried chicken is brined in apple cider and dredged in high-protein flour before frying, which gives the meat a touch of sweetness and the craggy crust an extra crackle.
Hike the Railroad Trail This easy hike follows a former railroad grade along the shoulder of craggy mountains.
Girls in pinafores and straw hats are preparing for an outing to Hanging Rock, where giant obelisks of red stone jut out of the earth and create a labyrinth of craggy interstices—a geological marvel and a sacred site for Aboriginal Australians.
Radar observations have revealed craggy, rocky shorelines that resemble the coast of Maine.
The craggy topography of Elysian Park has long presented a challenge to transportation planners and Dodgers fans alike.
But the visual iconography of Coachella — the palm trees against the craggy mountains, the expanse of green lawn and high-fashion parades soaking everyone's Instagram feeds come mid-April — is probably just as important at this point.
Wander to the craggy summit of Wright Peak on Mt. Konocti and soak up the dramatic vistas.
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CRAGGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of craggy for English Language Learners
: having many crags
: rough in a way that suggests strength
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