At the end on the beach, the film shows the bedraggled crew, exhausted and relieved.
The Brazilian defense, touted as impenetrable in pre-tournament hype, proved to be bedraggled, and porous.
Franklin and William, covered in sweat, their clothes spangled with countless leaves, made their bedraggled way back to the road.
We were sweaty and bedraggled, shirts untucked, ties yanked loose.
The film opens on the scene when Juliette is freed—Thomas inhales cigarette smoke slowly, looking forlorn and bedraggled.
It was the grim resolution of a bent, bedraggled, but unbroken pride.
She had changed the bedraggled frock for the green one she had worn the night before.
The 'large white plumes' that dance before the eyes of youth soil, and are bedraggled.
His relief was so great that, forgetting his own bedraggled condition, he laughed.
He was bound to her, he was leashed to her, and he must go begrimed and bedraggled to the dregs of life with her.