[ adjective ] abounding in rocks or stones
"rocky fields" "stony ground" "bouldery beaches"
Used in print(Frieda Arkin, "The Light of the Sea," in The...)
It was not as_though she noted clearly that her nephews had not been to see her for ten years , not since their last journey eastward to witness their Uncle_Izaak being lowered into the rocky soil ; that aside from due notification of certain major events in their lives ( two marriages , two births , one divorce ) , Christmas and Easter_cards of the traditional sort had been the only thin link she had with them through the widowed years .
[ noun ] Man's first name, popularity rank in the U.S. is 530
[ adjective ] liable to rock
"on high rocky heels"