He saw Ser Brynden Tully's craggy face and Lord Nestor Royce's bluff one.
Certainly not the steep 30-minute hike up the narrow, craggy paths used by commoners?
Sophie, still peering out from the blanket, saw suddenly ahead of her a great craggy mountain.
The mountainous and craggy islets intercepted the beauties of this noble island from the view of the travellers.
Her uncle's craggy face showed his pain plain. He ran his fingers through his thick grey hair. Will he see me?
And Frost looked up at him again, his craggy old face, and he said, " The term poet is a gift word. You can't give it to yourself."