What is another word for Rockiness?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈɒkinəs] (IPA)

Rockiness refers to the uneven or rough texture of a surface. It describes the degree to which a surface is covered with rocks or is composed of rocky material. There are a variety of synonyms one can use in place of "rockiness" to convey similar meaning and context. For instance, terms like "rocky terrain," "rock-strewn," "boulder-studded," "rock-girt," "rock-ribbed," or "rock-littered" can be used alternatively. Other synonyms include "rugged," "uneven," "jagged," "craggy," "uneven," "rough," "mountainous," and "rock-bound." Each word has unique connotations and can be used depending on the context and tone of the text.

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What are the hypernyms for Rockiness?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Rockiness

Louisa Banks was like that, when, at the sight of a man in sore trouble, sympathy was born in her to soften the Rockiness of her original make-up.
"Susanna and Sue"
Kate Douglas Wiggin
While off the island, they lost several of their anchors by the Rockiness of the ground; and one day, blowing more violently than usual, they were forced to take to sea, leaving several people and most of the water-casks; but when the gale was over, they returned to take in their men and water.
"The Pirates Own Book"
Charles Ellms

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