Definition of 'raggedy'
Example sentences containing 'raggedy'
INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)
And then we'll put some cops out there in raggedy clothes, with radios in their pockets, pretending to be passed out in the alley.A RODENT OF DOUBT (2002) PROSPECT HILL (2002)
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