from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Tattered or worn-out; ragged.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Having a ragged appearance; ragged. Also
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective of clothing
Torn, raggedor tattered.
- adjective of a person Wearing such clothes.
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One was tall, cloaked in raggedy black, and moved stiffly, making crackling sounds as he went.
L.A. was tired to death tonight and Seattle ran them raggedy, which is why Gillom needs a better bench.
We grew up in a big two-story kind of raggedy house on Main Street in
As they drove away from the dam toward Dudson Center, Bob sat way over on his side of the backseat, his smile kind of raggedy around the edges, his eyes shooting out very teeny tiny sparks.
Sitting in Odunde's "raggedy" office at 2308 Grays Ferry Ave. in the late 1990s, the longtime activist/agitator noticed that termites were eating her building.
Maurice Cheeks is hoping for better execution from the 76ers in Friday night's open scrimmage at the Bryce Jordan Center than he saw at Thursday's first intrasquad scrimmage, after which Cheeks called the Sixers 'performance "raggedy".
Great shoes - The hand sewn "raggedy" look is deceiving.
A big six-foot raggedy Shaq-looking motherfucka was standing there.
Even in practice, we make jokes about each other because we're looking so raggedy, but we go out there and perform on the court, so we look past the hair....
Cindy, like her son, wore a wide-brimmed hat, but hers wasn't raggedy.