Ragged – meaning of the word and examples

(of clothes) torn and not in good condition: (Cambridge Dictionary)

(of a person) untidy, dirty, and wearing old, torn clothes. (Cambridge Dictionary)

(especially of an edge) rough and not smooth. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Not performing well, because of not being organised: (Cambridge Dictionary)

(of cloth or clothes) old and torn. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Wearing old and torn clothes; unkempt. (Oxford Dictionaries)

(of an animal) having a rough, shaggy coat. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Roughly unkempt. (Merriam – Webster)

Having an irregular edge or outline. (Merriam – Webster)


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Ragged claws across the universe.



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