uncraggy

craggy

[krag-ee]
adjective, craggier, craggiest.
1.
full of crags.
2.
rugged; harsh; rough.
Also, cragged [krag-id] .


Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see crag1, -y1

craggily, craggedly, adverb
cragginess, craggedness, noun
uncraggy, adjective
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craggy or cragged (ˈkræɡɪ, ˈkræɡɪd)
 
adj , -gier, -giest
1.  having many crags
2.  (of the face) rugged; rocklike
 
cragged or cragged
 
adj
 
'craggily or cragged
 
adv
 
'cragginess or cragged
 
n

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craggy
mid-15c., from crag.
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