Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state or character of being craggy.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The state of being craggy.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The state of being craggy

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Examples

  • 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'

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  • 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'

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  • He said the Prime Minister would have to make a virtue of his 'cragginess'.

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  • He said the Prime Minister would have to make a virtue of his 'cragginess'.

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  • 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 ...

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  • 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 ...

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

    Gorillaz at Glastonbury 2010

  • 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.

    John Belushi Is Dead

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