Cover those latter districts with scraggy pines, and their resemblance to the uplands of Canada will be complete.
Paklin made a sad grimace, and pointed to his scraggy, crippled legs.
From the ladder one could reach a long limb of a scraggy apple tree upon which hung early apples nearly ripe.
Most of the captives were of the appearances denominated "scraggy" or "knotty."
Voirbo looked at the small body and wizened face, the thin, scraggy neck and the lustreless eyes.
It was scraggy, and though it tore and bruised him he clung to it.
Very lean and scraggy they both were when the snow melted and the geese took a thought to go North.
Jasper twisted his scraggy neck nervously in his loose collar.
It is dotted with Hamlets of the usual kind; and has patches of scraggy fir.
I wish you could give me some; but we have all scraggy rats' tails.
Gaunt and wasted; lean; bony: snapshot of a scraggy Sindona as an apparent captive (1611+)