Definition of Crags

1. Noun. (plural of crag). ¹



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Definition of Crags

1. crag [n] - See also: crag

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crags

craftworkers
craftworks
crafty
crag
cragfast
cragged
craggedness
cragger
craggers
craggier
craggiest
craggily
cragginess
cragginesses
craggy
crags (current term)
cragsman
cragsmen
craic
craig
craigs
craigslist
craigslisted
craigslisting
craigslists
craik
craisin
craisins
crake
crakeberries

Literary usage of Crags

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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1868)
"The Relation of the Upper and Lower crags in Norfolk. By JOHN E. TAYLOR, Hon. ... The mean percentage of the shells from the two crags makes the relation of ..."

2. Early Man in Britain and His Place in the Tertiary Period by William Boyd Dawkins (1880)
"The Caves of Cresswell crags. The low range of hills, passing from ... View of Cresswell crags, looking east. stone, is traversed here and there by ravines, ..."

3. Collected Poems by Alfred Noyes (1920)
"THE crags (IN MEMORY OP THOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH) FALERNIAN, first! What other wine Should brim the cup or tint the line That would recall my days Among your ..."

4. Geology: Chemical, Physical, and Stratigraphical by Joseph Prestwich (1888)
"GREAT THICKNESS OF THE crags. FRANCE : THE BOSQ D'AUBIGNY : THE ... Besides the typical crags of Norfolk and Suffolk, there are two small local deposits ..."

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