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Definition of "craggier" []

  • Comparative form of craggy: more craggy (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "craggier" in a sentence
  • "Johnson, meanwhile, whether because of the 20‑yard stare, which is now his default position with interviewers, even after a 41‑10 win, or because of the pressure he is under, seems to have trained his face to become craggier than ever."
  • "England's team manager Martin Johnson seems to have trained his face to be craggier than ever at the Rugby World Cup."
  • "The 51-year-old Penn, meanwhile, with his craggier looks and outspoken opinions, appears more to epitomise the tortured artist."