Definition of 'straggly'
Example sentences containing 'straggly'
He saw, the sheet had his own letter heading, there was a straggly signature that looked a bit like his.COUP D'ETAT (2003) FOOLS GOLD (2003)
But he looked particularly sexy, with his hair a bit straggly where he'd obviously been dozing in a wing chair by the fire.SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
THE LAST PLACE (2003)
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