Definición de scraggy en inglés:


Saltos de línea: scraggy
Pronunciación: /ˈskraɡi

adjetivo (scraggier, scraggiest)

1(Of a person or animal) thin and bony: scraggy mongrels a scraggy neck
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I went to check my balance at a cashpoint and noticed a rather scraggy man leaning in the window of a white van parked beside the cashpoint.
  • One day in the mountains I met a young shepherd and we chatted for over half an hour while his scraggy sheep tinkled and grazed.
  • There were flies by the billions, dirt and refuse everywhere, and scraggy dogs searching in the stalls for food.
1.1 (also chiefly North American scraggly) Ragged, thin, or untidy in form or appearance: an old man with a scraggy beard
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Together with his unkempt mop of wavy brown hair and his scraggly beard, his appearance was most intimidating.
  • His pale face, which was thin and almost frail, was framed by a scraggly beard and long straight hair that was perfectly parted in the middle.
  • Don Shirley, an understated man with steel-frame glasses and a scraggly beard, was a kindred spirit.



Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Suddenly I felt conspicuous, standing there with my hair dripping onto the carpet and scraggily sticking to my neck and shoulders.


Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Its rough surfaces bring a scragginess to his voice, the rising and falling tone making his words seem a plead, almost, a yearn.

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