craggy

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Synonyms for craggy

Synonyms for craggy

having a surface that is not smooth

Synonyms for craggy

having hills and crags

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Further on, don't miss the pretty medieval village of Locronan - regularly used in film sets - which itself is but a short drive from Pointe Du Raz, France's craggily windswept western-most point.
If Rod Stewart can sell millions of CDs craggily crooning his way through the Great American Songbook and Michael Bolton can (ugh) ``swing Sinatra,'' as he does on his latest album, then the time is ripe for The Chairman's namesake son to release his first album in a decade.
You stand there, all seaspray and wind, on the very edge of the country and you see the entire coastline of Clare running craggily away on either side of you.
Also working with types, he creates the comic figure of Eckstein, craggily monstrous, gorging himself on a banquet and throwing his leftovers in the faces of his workforce.
Mezzo-soprano Patricia Risley was a spitfire Sesto, Phyllis Pancella made an eloquent Cornelia, even though her fine mezzo lacked ideal contralto gravitas, and Joshua Winograde (Egyptian general Achilla) and Nikolay Didenko (Roman tribune Curio) occupied the bass clef potently, if sometimes a bit craggily.
The fact that while Donatella Vesarce throws wedding bashes for the over-exposed J-Lo, Cerruti once chose the craggily weathered yet quietly sexy actor Peter Coyote to model their men's wear range, speaks volumes
He was craggily handsome: a friend of mine said Stegner looked the way God ough to look and I did not disagree.
With a craggily handsome face, blond hair and 6ft 2in height, he seemed ideal for a leading man.
I've always loved mountains, will always love mountains, and though the landmass that sits behind our home in north Cardiff is technically just a hill, I still have that sense that I could trot out one morning and, if I kept walking north, would eventually summit some craggily majestic peak.
com has been launched by an international group of lifelong James Bond fans in order to counter other sites criticising the craggily handsome Hoylake star.
We also loved the old city of Quimper, and further on, the amazing medieval village of Locronan - apparently regularly used in film sets - which itself is but a short drive from Pointe Du Raz, France's craggily impressive western-most point.
The still craggily handsome Hallyday, who's been appearing off-and-on in films since Clouzot's ``Diabolique'' back in his schoolboy days, finds shadings of patience, absurd humor and hard-bitten dreaminess that ease the fading hard fellow's agony.
Other members of a generally strong cast included Robert Tear as a tenor who actually sang the role of Herod musically, Karan Armstrong as an imperious Herodias, Tom Fox as a craggily powerful John the Baptist, Roger Honeywell as a callow Narraboth and Krisztina Szabo as a Page willing to service him below the belt.
For those of you who enjoy breathtaking views and natural wonders, visit the craggily desolate Wastwater in the Lake District - equal in terms of beauty to the more popular (and crowded) Lake Windermere.