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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Land along the border cuts through cities and farmland, gulches and craggy mountains, and desert and wildlife preserves.
Behind the craggy rocks are turquoise pools of 100-degree water, usually surrounded by flagstone seating.
The craggy island group—two small islets and ninety surrounding rocks and reefs—covers only 47 acres of land in total, the size of New York's Grand Central Terminal.
The 4,725-foot-long out-and-back terrain coaster traverses a hillside covered by trees and craggy boulders on the edge of the park.
Massive and intimidating, the craggy landscape of Seneca Rocks draws serious rock climbers from Washington, Pennsylvania and elsewhere to its fiercely vertical routes.
The craggy outline of the cypress stumps seems almost purpose made to provide a refuge for the clever octopus.
Tuscans take stale, crusty bread, tear it into big craggy pieces, douse it in good olive oil, and give it the old toss-toss with ripe 'maters and more of that oil.
Majestic landscapes display endless expanses of white framed by craggy black and gray peaks.
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