adjective, crag·gi·er, crag·gi·est.
- craig, edward gordon,
Origin of craggy
Examples from the Web for craggy
They found irregular, craggy peaks and valleys, with one underwater mountain rising some 9,800 feet from the ocean floor.
“Scarlet Town,” a dark and hypnotic ballad, depicts a red-light district of the soul, with a hushed and craggy croon.
When he was in town that summer he would pop by, a craggy blue-jeaned figure, usually with a six-pack.
There were hills of craggy rocks, blue and purple, with pines of brilliant fresh green growing thickly up their sides.Brittany|Mortimer Menpes and Dorothy Menpes
His father was green and craggy and smaller than he remembered.Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town|Cory Doctorow
Ellaphine's craggy features grew as radiant as a mountain peak in the sunrise.In a Little Town|Rupert Hughes
It well deserves the epithet “craggy” (παιπαλόεσσα) of the Homeric hymn.
To the west, the city is environed by steep and craggy rocks, and to the south and east by a strong wall.