Examples of ratty in a Sentence
Those shoes are getting pretty ratty.
some ratty old magazines were the only reading material in the mountaintop cabin
Recent Examples of ratty from the Web
The show takes place on a bare stage with a couple of ladders on the sides and a ratty curtain at the back.
As high-end runways dictate, though, the aesthetic behind these sporty numbers skewed more sky-box-luxe than locker-room-ratty.
So British that, unlike every other reality competition show, there are no prizes other than a trophy and a ratty bouquet of flowers.
Despite growing up in a ratty Panama City slum riddled by prostitution, drunkenness and random acts of violence, Noriega had a surprisingly bookish bent and graduated from the country’s best public high school.
LadyBabyMiss kicked off the event, performing original compositions, including one by Ratty Scurvics.
Their flower spikes dying from the bottom up looked ratty, their dark green leaves anonymous.
Inside, along the wall of a long narrow room, old men sat on ratty couches across from several Iraqi Army officers.
Rather than ill-fitting shorts and that ratty tee, opt for a summer-on-the-Mediterranean look with a striped T-shirt, khaki chinos, white canvas sneakers, and a pair of aviators.
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First Known Use of ratty
RATTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ratty for English Language Learners
: in very bad condition
: easily angered or annoyed
RATTY Defined for Kids
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