craggy


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for craggy

Synonyms for craggy

having a surface that is not smooth

Synonyms for craggy

having hills and crags

References in periodicals archive ?
The magic of the show was further enhanced with a supporting cast of seemingly thousands of comic clerics, including the Dancing Priest, the DJ-ing priest who turns up to a disco with just one record - Ghost Town by The Specials - and Craggy Island's answer to Kenny from South Park, the inimitable Larry Duff.
Mr Powell, who runs a general store on Monfa Road, Bootle, and who is a trained scuba diver said practising for night dives helped him to find Mr Craggy in the smoke inside.
He has the face of a craggy sculpture and uses it to good effect in his hard-bitten character portrayals in films such as No Country For Old Men, In The Valley Of Elah and today's release, The Company Men.
An amphitheatre of craggy ridges gently cradles the site, while sweeping views extend south across the valley floor to the distant backdrop of South Mountain and the Sierra Estrella Range.
HUNDREDS of Father Ted fans yesterday descended on Craggy Island to pay homage to their hero.
Considering slimy Solomon's reputation (he has also blabbed about bedding Drew Barrymore at just 15), we doubt even Craggy Aggy would lay so much as a woolly hair extension on the dirty old man.
The filthy, alcoholic priest who shared the Craggy Island parochial house with Fathers Ted and Dougal is also renowned for upsetting senior clergy.
Covered with exposed granite boulders, underlying granite monoliths and decomposed granite shale, the site for house has a craggy, Primeval quality.
There could be something irritatingly commonplace about how these strange and often resonant images were painted; instead, their very ordinariness often lent an air of familiarity that adds to the credibility of, for instance, a fancy four-poster bed perched atop a craggy desert outcropping like something in Monument Valley, as in an untitled work of 1995--a typically Kozik crystallization of yearning, isolation, and irony.
WATER is to be shipped this week to islands off the West Coast - including Fr Ted's Craggy Island.
With his ponytail and craggy profile, he was a man both artists and journalists recognized, rightly, as a living history of bohemian New York.
Dougal, however, is preoccupied with the news that Fun Land is coming to Craggy Island.
Mossy rocks and gnarled Douglas firs form a craggy backdrop to the Patkaus' crisply articulated planar geometries.
FATHER Ted's Craggy Island is to get thousands of euros worth of fire extinguishers - just a month after it was decided to use the island to road test electric cars.
But Craggy Island is the last place he should have come and he soon reverts back to his old habits.