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scraggly

adjective scrag·gly \ˈskra-g(ə-)lē\

: growing in a way that is not neat and even : having a ragged appearance

Full Definition of SCRAGGLY

:  irregular in form or growth <scraggly hills> <a scraggly beard>; also :  unkempt

Origin of SCRAGGLY

alteration of scraggling, preh. irregular from 2scraggy
First Known Use: 1869

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