cragginess


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crag·gy

 (krăg′ē)
adj. crag·gi·er, crag·gi·est
1. Having crags: craggy terrain.
2. Rugged and uneven: a craggy face.

crag′gi·ly adv.
crag′gi·ness n.
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A long way up Scotland's more sheltered east coast is a posh pad that has none of the rugged cragginess you associate with Scottish castles and fearsome clan warfare.
Courtesy his blunt ruggedness and cragginess, he has been able to push away all traditional US allies.
Thanks to his blunt ruggedness and cragginess, he has been able to push away all traditional US allies.
Look at the ends and you're liable to see mild to overt cragginess, and also likely ends that aren't matching up across the split.
These end in a textured cragginess that gives dynamic energy and an ageless, weather beaten vitality to the concluding pieces.
Freeman's velvet warmth is the perfect match for Eastwood's granite cragginess. Swank ducks and weaves in between the old-timers, building a complex character who is as strong inside as out.