Examples of gnarled in a Sentence
the old man's gnarled fingers
Recent Examples of gnarled from the Web
A leafy canopy overhead cast dark shadows on the chaotic assortment of plants and shrubs and gnarled, outstretched branches.
Three bears tiptoe through a haunted mansion that just happens to be the inside of a gnarled old tree.
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Origin and Etymology of gnarled
probably alteration of knurled
First Known Use: 1603
GNARLED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gnarled for English Language Learners
of wood : having many twists and hard bumps or knots
: bumpy or twisted
GNARLED Defined for Kids
Definition of gnarled for Students
: being twisted, rugged, or full of knots a gnarled old oak tree
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