Definition of 'scraggy'
Example sentences containing 'scraggy'
A scraggy dog wandered up the aisle with a hopeful expression on its face, and some of the children in the congregation laughed.DESPERADOES (2001)
He was wearing a patterned silk dressing gown with a foulard of the same material partially masking his scraggy neck.THE ENDLESS GAME (2001) THE HELLBOUND HEART (2001)
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