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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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.
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For all Jones' cowboy skills and the convincing cragginess of his range- worn appearance, director Howard seems to feel that that ability to explore the film's complicated father-daughter dynamics was the actor's key contribution.