"I see here a great cleft in the face of this crag," said Ulric.
We would leave his body on some crag where it would be found.
It is, moreover, contrasted with the Suffolk crag by the indications it affords of an extra-European climate.
The three men climb a crag, that overhangs the river, to watch us off.
crag half expected to see his lips quiver, and wondered briefly at the courage it must have taken for him to volunteer.
The moonlight was brilliant and steady when he reached the verge of the crag.
crag managed a quick over-the-shoulder glance at Larkwell and Nagel.
"Let's spread our luncheon down here in the shadow of the crag," said Theodora.
The Shian could never be distinguished from any other crag, and the Daoin Shi were visible no more.
The other figure crept cautiously to the edge of the crag and looked over.
early 14c.; as a place-name element attested from c.1200, probably from a Celtic source akin to Old Irish crec "rock," and carrac "cliff," Welsh craig "rock, stone," Manx creg.