Definition of crag in English:


Syllabification: crag
Pronunciation: /kraɡ


A steep or rugged cliff or rock face.
More example sentences
  • The rolling, gentle hills of the borderland of Northern Ireland transform on the turn of a bend into rugged, exposed crags.
  • Nest sites include crags or ledges on cliffs, scrapes on the ground, or hollows of trees.
  • He floats for two days and when he nears the land all he can see are violent crags and cliffs.
cliff, bluff, ridge, precipice, height, peak, tor, escarpment, scarp


Middle English: of Celtic origin.

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