Adjective(1) having hills and crags
(1) Vast expanses of craggy , snow-capped mountains, impressively silhouetted against bright blue skies.(2) The Netherlands may be neat, but it doesn't have our happy mess of wolves and craggy mountains, and it never will.(3) It has a contrasting landscape ranging from beautiful and mesmerizing beaches to sprawling and craggy mountain ranges.(4) The Elder's eyes flashed, his wide face craggy with age, his cheekbones and jaw resolute.(5) Green hills turned to blue-grey, a little more craggy here, a bit mountainous there.(6) Be especially wary of those craggy alpine roofscapes favored by current architectural fashion.(7) To this day it remains filled with placid, crystal waters lapping at the craggy hewn cliffs.(8) The Judean Desert, with it's dramatic, craggy cliffs, offers special opportunities for adventurous hikes, climbing, and rappelling.(9) An experienced climber shouted ‘safe’ from the top of a craggy rock face.(10) Many of the drawings represent what appear to be an Italian town surrounded by craggy mountains and archeological ruins.(11) The desolate pine forests, craggy gullies and rugged desert country are all perfectly suited to this style of movie.(12) At last the climb moved above the forest line, and the path became a vertical craggy precipice.(13) Here, 2450 people live outdoors at the foot of a craggy mountainside.(14) His grey hair was thinning on top, and his face was craggy , angular.(15) It was good to get on to the narrower path as it climbed north between craggy mountain walls to the summit.(16) Sen's camera surveys the craggy cliffs on top of which the massacre occurred.
1. steep ::
2. rugged ::
3. hilly ::
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