[ US /ˈkɹæɡi/ ]
[ UK /kɹˈæɡi/ ]
  1. having hills and crags
    hilly terrain
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How To Use craggy In A Sentence

  • Beautiful, green, the remoteness of Exmoor counterpointed by the glorious surf of the Atlantic beaches, coast roads with views of the craggy shoreline. Archive 2009-06-01
  • Its craggy remoteness means I must walk a mile along a clifftop path to reach it. Times, Sunday Times
  • In a gaunt and craggy landscape the soft, well-rounded Magdalen weeps over her past.
  • The craggy features are apparently what make women go weak at the knees. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unknown to her, a tall, scraggy man stood in the doorway, watching her.
  • With a rapid, jingling drive to the harbour in a two - wheeled machine (which Captain Mitchell called a curricle) behind a fleet and scraggy mule beaten all the time by an obviously Neapolitan driver, the cycle would be nearly closed before the lighted-up offices of the O.S. N. Company, remaining open so late because of the steamer. Nostromo: a Tale of the Seaboard
  • Whether it's the experimental sounds of Menomena, the craggy romanticism of the Walkmen, or the rhythmic overload of LCD Soundsystem and Hot Chip, all three shows promise dynamic concertgoing experiences. Mrs. Tansy Maude Peregrine: Denver's Essential Concert Calendar
  • Even the snaggy craggy oak-trees put out the softest young leaves, spreading thin, brown little wings like young bat-wings in the light. Lady Chatterley's Lover
  • For some nature lovers, the craggy, volcanic landscape of Iceland is a paradise.
  • He's put on twenty or thirty pounds, and is no longer the pitiful scraggy rafter trembling with fear. OUTCAST
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