Todays Word: ” knaggy”

Word: knaggy

PRONUNCIATION:

(NAG-ee)

MEANING:

adjective: Knotty; rough; rugged.

ETYMOLOGY:

From Middle English knag (knot). Earliest documented use: 1552.

USAGE:

“Despite all odds, quarry boys do not spare a minute to chase flies or gaze at knaggy taxi drivers.”
Living on Stones; Cameroon Tribune (Yaoundé); Oct 17, 2005.

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