Definition of 'scraggly'
Example sentences containing 'scraggly'
She looked up at me, with her big dark eyes and funny nose and scraggly hair, and she said, `Prove it, then.A RODENT OF DOUBT (2004) THE BROKEN GOD (2004)
She was petite with scraggly grey hair which was housed in a dark brown hat that looked like a tea cosy.GYPSY MASALA (2004)
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