craggy

[ krag-ee ]
/ ˈkræg i /

adjective, crag·gi·er, crag·gi·est.

full of crags.
rugged; harsh; rough.

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Also crag·ged [krag-id] /ˈkræg ɪd/.

Origin of craggy

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at crag1, -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM craggy

crag·gi·ly, crag·ged·ly, adverbcrag·gi·ness, crag·ged·ness, nounun·crag·gy, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for cragged

craggy

US cragged (ˈkræɡɪd)

/ (ˈkræɡɪ) /

adjective -gier or -giest

having many crags
(of the face) rugged; rocklike

Derived forms of craggy

craggily, adverbcragginess, noun
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