But just then the moon, sailing through the black clouds, appeared behind the jagged
crest of a beetling, pine-clad rock, and by its light I saw around us a ring of wolves, with white teeth and lolling red tongues, with long, sinewy limbs and shaggy hair.
Then fate fell upon Diores, son of Amarynceus, for he was struck by a jagged
stone near the ancle of his right leg.
Rolling pasture lands curved upward on either side of us, and old gabled houses peeped out from amid the thick green foliage, but behind the peaceful and sunlit countryside there rose ever, dark against the evening sky, the long, gloomy curve of the moor, broken by the jagged
and sinister hills.
Perhaps that's what old Picasso and some of the Cubists are trying to express by angles and jagged
The injury from which the unfortunate veteran was suffering was found to be a jagged
cut some two inches long at the back part of his head, which had evidently been caused by a violent blow from a blunt weapon.
The second was clearer: an old Elizabethan galley with decorative waves beneath it, but interrupted in the middle by a curious jagged
rock, which was either a fault in the wood or some conventional representation of the water coming in.
It was a very wide ditch, and when they crept up to the edge and looked into it they could see it was also very deep, and there were many big, jagged
rocks at the bottom.
A hundred feet beneath lay jagged
granite boulders at the brink of a frightful chasm upon which the tower abutted; and if not upon the boulders, then at the chasm's bottom, lay death, should a foot slip but once, or clutching fingers loose their hold for the fraction of an instant.
Passage of the Winds,' and we would do well to double its jagged
pinnacles at a certain height.
I was not unprepared for jagged
rocks and treacherous shoals if I could only have change -- change and the excitement of the unforeseen.
Lastly, in the intervals of these roofs, of these spires, of these accidents of numberless edifices, which bent and writhed, and jagged
in so eccentric a manner the extreme line of the University, one caught a glimpse, here and there, of a great expanse of moss-grown wall, a thick, round tower, a crenellated city gate, shadowing forth the fortress; it was the wall of Philip Augustus.
The first entrance to the cavern was by a moderate descent, above which distorted rocks formed a weird arcade; the interior, very uneven and dangerous from the inequalities of the vault, was subdivided into several compartments, which communicated with each other by means of rough and jagged
steps, fixed right and left, in uncouth natural pillars.