Definition of craggily in English:


Pronunciation /ˈkraɡəlē/


See craggy

‘His approach tends towards the craggily massive - he gives the first movement enormous space in which to develop.’
  • ‘His craggily handsome features and deceptively quiet smartness easily fill any gaps.’
  • ‘‘And now it's Tony's turn,’ says Wilson, unable to keep the happy smile off his craggily expressive features.’
  • ‘The craggily handsome Blatchford uses her first newspaper column to set out her ransom demands.’
  • ‘At your back are 26 elegant bedrooms and a dining room perched craggily at the top of the building.’