Definition of raggedy in English:

raggedy

Line breaks: rag|gedy
Pronunciation: /ˈraɡɪdi
 
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adjective

informal , chiefly North American
Scruffy; shabby: an old raggedy woman with her uncombed cat
More example sentences
  • In the distant, lying on the summer grass is a body with a worn-out and raggedy cloak.
  • At the rear, there's a raggedy patch of garden, partly covered in grapevines.
  • The coast dipped and curved as we stroked north toward Punta Concepción, past small coves, raggedy desert peaks, and a few dilapidated fishing shacks.

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