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- n. The state of being craggy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of being craggy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being craggy.
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He said the Prime Minister would have to make a virtue of his 'cragginess'.
Neil Kinnock, left, said ahead of this week's televised debates that PM Gordon Brown, right, would have to make a virtue of his 'cragginess'
The first miles took us along the side of a dried out creek bed and then along the appropriately named Crags Road, so called due its "cragginess", basically a it's a dry river b ...
The first miles took us along the side of a dried out creek bed and then along the appropriately named Crags Road, so called due its "cragginess", basically a it's a dry river bed complete with the prerequisite jagged rocks at every turn, beaten down over the years into a trail but pretty gnarly at best.
The Proclaimers and Sean Connery as usual, of course, but joined this time by the equally Munro-like cragginess of the actor Brian Cox, who as with Mark Millar told a plausible conversion tale about his shift from old Labour loyalties to new Scottish nationalist futurism.
Lou Reed, whose monumental cragginess makes Smith look like the face of Esteé Lauder, scrawls a Velvet Underground-style guitar solo over Some Kind of Nature.
For all his cragginess, there was an underlying soulfulness, and his words floated on the air like the music of a raspy trombone or a wailing saxophone.
Is Fred Thompson really a handsome man, or is it that his political persona is intertwined with the roles he's played, his cragginess a symbol of masculine strength?
At 55, the juvenile-delinquent looks have given way to Marlboro Man cragginess (even if Natural American Spirit is the brand he smokes).
Not only did the consistency of the dough prior to baking look right, but the finished cakes were golden and had a good cragginess to them.