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- adv. In a shaggy way.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Roughly; so as to he shagged: as, shaggily pilose.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a shaggy manner
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As much as the wryly funny, shaggily bearded Seubert will never be a "typical" anything, he is a case study in how an NFL player's life is affected now, at least until the April 6 hearing in federal court on the players' request to lift the lockout.
When his low-budget, trash-talking "Clerks" came out in 1994, it seemed shaggily revolutionary.
His face, unwashed since yesterday, looked pallid and clammy; his hair was tossed shaggily about his forehead, and his closed eyes had the sunken look which follows upon watching and sorrow.
Well! Here is my promontory, and there is the sea — IT rolleth hither unto me, shaggily and fawningly, the old, faithful, hundred – headed dog – monster that I love! —
Thick, slightly curling black hair tumbled across his forehead and grew shaggily down the back of his neck.
All she could see of him was the back of his head where his dark, nearly black hair grew shaggily down his neck, and the sinewed contours of his sun-bronzed shoulders with his ridged spine running down the center.
The rest was piled up on top of his ears and hanging shaggily down over the collar of his suit coat, its light blond color similar to that of a competitive swimmer who spends five hours a day in a pool full of heavily chlorinated water.
Long-tailed, with erect silky ears and coats that stood out shaggily from their fattening sides, the coyotes were fast growing into big, clumsy dogs.
But also it was a fiery fortress frowning shaggily on the world
He was already old, but huge, strong, greedy, ferocious, and fearless, with lean legs, powerful snapping jaws, a short, thick neck on which the hair stood up shaggily like a short mane and terrified his younger companions.