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1scraggy

adjective scrag·gy \ˈskra-gē\
scrag·gi·erscrag·gi·est

Definition of SCRAGGY

:  rough, jagged; also :  scraggly

Origin of SCRAGGY

Middle English scraggi; akin to English dialect scrag tree stump, uneven ground, Middle English scrogge bush
First Known Use: 13th century

2scraggy

adjective
scrag·gi·erscrag·gi·est

Definition of SCRAGGY

:  being lean and long :  scrawny

Origin of SCRAGGY

1scrag
First Known Use: circa 1611

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