craggy

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  • adj

Synonyms for craggy

Synonyms for craggy

having a surface that is not smooth

Synonyms for craggy

having hills and crags

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Torn between self-interest and honour, Luther (played by Clint Eastwood, who's now craggier than the Grand Canyon) tries to help homicide detective Seth Frank (Ed Harris) without putting himself or estranged daughter Kate (Laura Linney) at risk.
The craggier, the more seen-it-all the face, the more it seems we want to see it,'' writes Seipp.
His hair's greying and the face is craggier, but you could never mistake the deadpan expression and long, angular features.
But in a few, like "Summer Swell," you give him a completely different hairstyle, a much stronger jaw, craggier features--
And so I hopped on to BBC-2, and there he was, older than I remembered, craggier and more drawn.
For instance, would Earth's mountains be craggier, or the courses of its rivers less sinuous, if life had always been absent?
The crepes, the croissants, the craggy rockpools, the even craggier locals.
But while English rose Kate is still shipshape, one-time pretty boy Leo looks just a touch craggier.
The terrain looks craggier than that mapped out in the accepted version of 1950s religion.
99 MEN IN BLACK 3 PG PERHAPS it's just as well Tommy Lee Jones isn't in the third Men In Black film much - his face is craggier than the north face of Ben Nevis.
NEARBY a middle-aged Italian businessman, his face craggier than a Sicilian mountain range, reads La Gazzetta dello Sport and sips chilled Peroni.
My make-up did the opposite - found the lines, made them deeper and craggier, gave me hairy eyebrows - but I loved it.
I felt I needed a good bath after playing her" - Actress Kristin Scott Thomas who plays a mobster mother in a new film "When the likes of Gordon Ramsay, a chap with a face craggier than the Grand Canyon, admits to Botox a la Simon Cowell, it is a wonder he has still got the testosterone to poach an egg" - Commentator Judith Woods YOUR CHRONICLE: If you have any queries regarding the quality of production of this newspaper, please do not hesitate to contact our Newspaper Sales Department on 0191 201 6095 or write to the Newspaper Sales Department, NCJMEDIA, Groat Market, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1ED.
The following morning, I joined a group of pilgrims to climb a mountain called Cross Mountain which is over 500m high and is even steeper and craggier.