noun, plural sas·tru·gi [sas-truh-gee, sah-struh-, sa-stroo-, sah-] /ˈsæs trə gi, ˈsɑ strə-, sæˈstru-, sɑ-/.
Origin of sastruga
Examples from the Web for sastrugi
Meanwhile the sastrugi grew smaller and smaller, and finally they disappeared altogether, and the surface became quite flat.The South Pole, Volumes 1 and 2|Roald Amundsen
What the course was we did not care as we steered by the sastrugi.
They pointed, like the Sastrugi, or snow-waves of the Siberians, to the marchers of the lost company.Adrift in the Arctic Ice Pack|Elisha Kent Kane
The effect of constant abrasion upon the snow's surface is to harden it, and, finally, to carve ridges known as sastrugi.
A mirage made the sastrugi appear to be dancing like some ice-goblins.South!|Sir Ernest Shackleton