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raggedy

adjective rag·gedy \ˈra-gə-dē\

: not in good condition

rag·ged·i·errag·ged·i·est

Full Definition of RAGGEDY

:  ragged

Examples of RAGGEDY

  1. a raggedy group of soldiers
  2. <raggedy urchins playing in the village streets>

First Known Use of RAGGEDY

1881

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