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Craggy, Cra(i)gie, a. [ME. craggy (1447), f. Crag n.1] Craggy, rocky. Betuix thaim and it thar was Ane craggy bra; Barb. xviii. 365.
A rowtand burn … soundand on the craggy quhynnys; Doug. vii. ix. 56.
The scharp craggy rochis hie; Ib. xii. 19.
Out throw ane firth endlang ane cragie cost; Stewart 312.
Ib. 4908.
The montane Grampius is evill favoured and craigie; c 1600 Pitsc. Cron. (1814) I. p. xv.
A continoved rigge of high craigie and vnaccessable montaines; Gordon Britane's Distemper 95.

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