from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. raglike; like a rag.
  • adj. scruffy; tending to dress in rags.
  • adj. Similar in style to ragtime music.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Rough; rugged; rocky.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

rag +‎ -y


  • Get some old raggy clothes and get them real dirty.

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  • It doesn't take long for the booklets to get raggy, even with infrequent use.

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  • He walked across to shelves and supplies for a sketching block of thick, raggy paper, then filled an empty jar with pencils.

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  • There is a raggy quilt on the bed that she cannot surrender, and as she slides beneath it, she becomes herself for the first time all day.


  • The locals are not a part of it now the Western forces are kicking raggy arse.


  • Winter Broth baby spinach a leek, white parts, well washed, sliced in half-moons, and wilted in butter turkey raviolis raggy noodles made from cutting wonton wrappers optional

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  • You'd never want to dry the dog with a "good towel" and I like to have "raggy towels" at the mud room sink for washing up when coming in from outdoor work.

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  • "" From the raggy chiffon skirts and the high suede boots, to the long drapey sleeves, to being only 5 foot 1 onstage and wanting to look like a bigger person.

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  • With the bear making parties the customers can create their own teddy bears with the “no-sew” teddy bear and raggy-doll making party packs or arty crafty kits.

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  • Nobody paid any attention to a raggy, staggering stranger who could barely put one foot in front of the other.

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