cragged

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

crag +‎ -ed

Adjective[edit]

cragged (comparative more cragged, superlative most cragged)

  1. Having crags
    • 1658, Isaac Barrow, Sermons on Evil-Speaking[1]:
      Is not the plain way more easy than the rough and cragged? is not the fair way more pleasant and passable than the foul?
    • 1834, Edward George Bulwer-Lytton, The Last Days of Pompeii[2]:
      Over the broadest there seemed to spring a cragged and stupendous arch, from which, as from the jaws of hell, gushed the sources of the sudden Phlegethon.