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Synonyms for craggy

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having a surface that is not smooth

Synonyms for craggy

having hills and crags

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Craggier and less cookie-cutter than the young pretty boys normally seen in such fare, Gordon-Levitt expressively alternates between enthusiasm and forlorn disappointment in the manner Jack Lemmon could, and it makes you really root for the guy.
But in a few, like "Summer Swell," you give him a completely different hairstyle, a much stronger jaw, craggier features--
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.
And so I hopped on to BBC-2, and there he was, older than I remembered, craggier and more drawn.
Imagine the face of Victor Mature, only more weathered, craggier, and tougher: that was Taormina.
He thinset smaller pieces to the rock to give it a craggier look that still imitates the way flagstone breaks.
Is his panoptic Briggflatts to be regarded as a tour de force, to be reckoned with as the English answer to the nativist testament of Paterson, or does it bear closer comparison to a craggier, nore forbidding epic like Zukofsky's A or the sawtoothed Cantos themselves?
Time magazine devoted a main story in mid-August to the event, as Glenn's resolute face shone on the cover, wrinkled and craggier than the younger astronaut who made history 36 years ago.
Only when he flashes one of his million-dollar smiles--slightly craggier and more fraught with crow's-feet than I expected--does a flicker of his star power seem to rekindle around him.
Rather than presenting us with even higher and craggier mountains to climb, it seems to me we are being offered new and exciting opportunities in communications--opportunities so complex and sophisticated that no one communicator could be expected to master every technology out there.
His face may be craggier than the Yorkshire Moors, but he's like catnip to ladies.
Mel Gibson looks older, greyer and craggier than the last time he starred on the big screen.
That they remain viable today, onscreen and of 12 lends to the indisputable verity that they were more than pretty faces; older and craggier now than when they made the red carpet limelight they shunned a safer, even hipper forum for the youthful likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and the ubiquitous Ben Affleck to align themselves with serious societal causes.
He might be a little older, a little wiser and a little craggier, but you've got to hand it to him - he's still a showman.