adjective (raggier, raggiest)informal
Ragged: his raggy clothes
More example sentences
- He strapped his pants on with a brow belt, his clothes were some what raggy.
- He played that sad raggy tune like a musical fool.
- Despite the good care it received there Mr Duffy became concerned at its condition and established a committee to deal with the raggy banner.
late Old English, of Scandinavian origin.
Definition of raggy in:
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