raggedy

[rag-i-dee]
adjective

Origin:
1885–90; ragged + -y1

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raggedy (ˈræɡɪdɪ)
 
adj
informal somewhat ragged; tattered: a raggedy doll

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Example sentences
We spread our wet gear on the raggedy wooden bleachers to dry.
Leaves that emerge in spring do not mature and crowns appear thin or raggedy.
As he approached the age of seven, the raggedy, dissonant city that defined him was growing up too.
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