Adjective(1) abounding in rocks or stones(2) causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements(3) liable to rock(4) full of hardship or trials
(1) After a rocky 2000-01 season, during which the ballet lost its lease on its studios and bounced from one temporary space to another, the company's ship is regaining its keel.(2) Overlooking a beach on Spain's rocky north-west coast, this restaurant is a tactful presence in the landscape(3) Scenes set on Gabriel's island are stunning - clear blue skies, nice definition of the rocky crags and crashing waves.(4) The performance ultimately seemed to take the form of inter-band bickering in one of the member's living rooms after a particularly rocky practice session.(5) The landing was fairly smooth, a bit rocky at times, but overall comfortable.(6) They are replete with rocky crags, waterfalls, brooding skies and, in one case, a baleful moon straight out of a Caspar David Friedrich painting.(7) It may have had a rocky road in its initial theatrical release, but the DVD format allows viewers to explore its unique world.(8) The rocky promontory at the top of the waterfall has long been regarded as one of the most romantic viewpoints in the mountains.(9) He steers clear of the build/bid approach, knowing that a contentious relationship between the owner and contractor signals a rocky road.(10) In 1830 Louis Philippe returned the Pantheon to civic use, but for the first rocky decade of his reign not a single figure was buried there for fear of public protest.(11) Rumor has it that the film experienced a rocky production history.(12) There are the star players who learn quickly and work confidently or those diamonds-in-the-rough who have rocky starts but turn into the best employees a business owner has ever had.(13) In one long flashback we are shown the rocky road of Seth and Chelsea's relationship leading up to the present moment.(14) The Oscar-nominated drama stars Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney as a couple dealing with the trials and tribulations of a rocky marriage.(15) The landscapes present expansive meadows, pine forests or rocky ridgelines; these paintings are seemingly bursting with fresh clean air and anchored by the visual weight of saturated colors.(16) They enter into a rocky marriage and a manager-star relationship that lasts for 15 grueling years of physical and psychological abuse.
(1) rocky hill :: bryn creigiog
1. stony ::
2. unsteady ::
3. difficult ::
4. bumpy ::
5. rough ::
Different Formsrockies, rocky
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