Translation of gnarled in Spanish:

gnarled

nudoso, adj.

Pronunciation: /nɑrld//nɑːld/

adjective

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    (wood) nudoso
    (wood) lleno de nudos
    (tree) retorcido
    (hands/fingers) nudoso
    • The wind howled in an unearthly never-ending scream, whistling through the gnarled, twisted trees.
    • She placated him, smoothing down his shoulder length hair with her rough and gnarled hands.
    • Renowned for its longevity, a gnarled, twisted olive tree can bear fruit for several hundred years.
    • I followed them for at least a dozen meters before they ended at the foot of a gnarled old oak, the massive boughs wearing snow and ice.
    • I dreamt that we were old, really old, and we were walking with my gnarled old hand in yours.
    • From the tiny baby to the gnarled old man, the reward for living is the same: death.
    • Imagine feeling a little bored while you're sketching a gnarled old boot in your art class.
    • They were old, and they were tall, crooked and gnarled from weather and from time.
    • The old gnarled trees of the forest grew up to the edge of another bank, their roots jutting out into the deep water.
    • The gnarled brown trees twisted into the earth and entwined each other in thick embraces.
    • The disciples have gnarled hands, rough faces with the grime and sweat of an arduous day at their fishing nets.
    • The legs were gnarled and twisted, the left one bent at a crazy angle making the beast tip to one side slightly.
    • The rough surface and the gnarled features have become the distinctive marks of his works.
    • He can make a haunting face peer from the gnarled old trunk of a great oak or fashion an oversized stag beetle from a lime tree.
    • The trunk of the silver birch has always been too bent and gnarled for commercial use.
    • She held out her gnarled hands, as twisted and brown as the galls of a walnut tree.
    • Her sister came away from the counter and sat down at one of the rough, gnarled chairs at the table.
    • There was a picture in the paper I was reading of an old black woman, gnarled as an olive tree.
    • Donovan reached out and grasped the old woman's gnarled hand.
    • A gnarled old man is standing on the terracotta balcony of his home.