from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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And surely she didn't often see a woman draggly-haired, out of breath, about to collapse from running too hard, accompanied by a stranger all in black.
She clambered down from the stage one day, advanced trippingly to the platform and courtesied low before the two plug hats, her long, draggly plume bobbing against her rouged cheek.
Fluff and flimsy, trimmed with sparklers; cut frightfully low, no sleeves, and a draggly train.
Their long black hair fell loosely over their shoulders, looking tossed, wet, and draggly.
This time around, I want to try to get some long layers so that it won't look so draggly, but I can still wear part of it in braids.
Wife's lapdog) was curious, happy, smiling, tho 'rather draggly.