raggy

adjective (1)
rag·gy | \ˈragē\
-er/-est

Definition of raggy 

(Entry 1 of 2)

raggy

adjective (2)
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Definition of raggy (Entry 2 of 2)

: of, relating to, or marked by ragtime the raggy early brass band jazz— Rudi Blesh

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History and Etymology for raggy

Adjective (1)

Middle English, from Old English raggig, from (assumed) ragg rag + -ig -y

Adjective (2)

rag entry 6 + -y

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