Definitions

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  • adjective Roughness, scruffiness, or unkemptness.

Etymologies

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scraggly +‎ -ness

Examples

  • What his life was like before, and how now - even in the weathered body and upchucking and scraggliness - his life is so much fuller and brighter and enjoyable.

    Welcome to my Brain

  • If you never set foot in a church, never contemplate any of Christianity's core beliefs and how they relate to you, but get all warm and fuzzy inside because the City and County building has a creche scene, then your faith is growing on very thin soil indeed, which may explain the weedy scraggliness.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • If you never set foot in a church, never contemplate any of Christianity's core beliefs and how they relate to you, but get all warm and fuzzy inside because the City and County building has a creche scene, then your faith is growing on very thin soil indeed, which may explain the weedy scraggliness. bellle wrote: Approximately 80% of Americans are Christians.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • If you never set foot in a church, never contemplate any of Christianity's core beliefs and how they relate to you, but get all warm and fuzzy inside because the City and County building has a creche scene, then your faith is growing on very thin soil indeed, which may explain the weedy scraggliness.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • If you never set foot in a church, never contemplate any of Christianity's core beliefs and how they relate to you, but get all warm and fuzzy inside because the City and County building has a creche scene, then your faith is growing on very thin soil indeed, which may explain the weedy scraggliness. bellle wrote: Approximately 80% of Americans are Christians.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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