Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Gnarl"

The meaning of "Gnarl" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does gnarl mean?
A: "A gnarl" is a knot on a tree. This is an uncommon word.
It is more common to see "gnarled" as an adjective, meaning something that looks like knots on trees.

"She has gnarled hands."

"Gnarly" is also uncommon, but means "dangerous" or "challenging." In the past, it was used as slang when you see something cool. Again, very uncommon.

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