Charred palm trees loomed over the road like gnarly fingers up through the ground.
Work, especially, sees you getting kinks out of gnarly systems and operations.
A helicopter hovered overhead, catching every second of the gnarly ride.
It had been seen to destroy a four year old bull by a single impact upon that animal's gnarly forehead.
The latter had been shaved and smoothed over every gnarly place.
In front stands the old brown anvil set upon a gnarly maple block.
The chance apple tree beside the road, with fruit too gnarly to eat, is common on roadsides throughout New England.
The bully is always a coward, but there was a good sound spot of right-mindedness, after all, in John Packer's gnarly disposition.
He was tall and gnarly and the point of his chin rested stiffly on the slope of his shoulder.
gnarly fruit may be used for jellies or marmalades by cutting out defective portions.
[1980s+ Teenagers; said to have originated among 1970s surfers, describing a dangerous wave; this sense persisted among skateboarders until at least 1988]