The mountains were lofty, with snowy peaks and cragged
sides; it was hoped, however, that some practicable defile might be found.
The river was confined between high and cragged
rocks, one of which impended above the spot where the canoe rested.
A Jagged Edge B Ragged Verge C Haggard End D Cragged
George Kennan had been so famously in his book Around the Cragged
Hill, but there were others: former New York Mayor John Lindsay, for instance, had been on the advisory board of FAIR, the restrictionist Washington lobby.
It had not occurred to me that my riven attention might be visible in my face, or even that someone would look closely at my face, which has been cragged
and laciniate since I was a boy.
Timorous Beasties Printroom & Showroom, timorousbeasties.com, 7 Cragged
Place, Glasgow, G13 2UN.
Remember: Bulgaria is that cragged
green ex Soviet state that sprouted an unseemly number of Olympic gold medalist weightlifters during the Cold War.
After pouring off the cragged
mountainsides, the river threads through canyons that most anywhere along the way offers a stunning visual for onlookers.
On a huge hill, Cragged
and steep, Truth stands, and he that will Reach her, about must, and about must go, And what the hill's suddenness resists, win so.