OTHER WORDS FOR haggard
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OTHER WORDS FROM haggardhag·gard·ly, adverbhag·gard·ness, noun
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After the longest regular season in history, it looked like a haggard, overextended league.The NFL chose quantity over quality, and its product suffered|Jerry Brewer|January 18, 2022|Washington Post
As the slow rescue effort dragged on, haggard emergency workers, who have been toiling in 12-hour shifts, stopped by to pause by the memorial wall for a moment, arms crossed.Miami Is Used to Disasters. The Surfside Collapse Felt Different|Vera Bergengruen / Surfside, Florida|June 29, 2021|Time
She was 14 years old and running around with all those old haggard cowboys, like Merle and Willie Nelson and all of them.
He took the techniques of H. Rider Haggard and Jules Verne and brought them into the 20th century.Can Tarzan of the Apes Survive in a Post-Colonial World?|Ted Gioia|November 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Next day, DSK was perp-walking his way, haggard and grizzled, into infamy.French Political Sex Movie About DSK Sets Cannes Aquiver|Tracy McNicoll|May 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Now you can summon them instantly on your screen, and track their new life post-you… Is he looking older, more haggard?Psychologists View Both Divorce and Marriage as Major Life Stresses|Emma Woolf|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Or of the fact that Haggard was a Hillary supporter and wrote a song endorsing her candidacy?Vince Gill Confronts Fringe Groups and Gives Country Some Cred|Malcolm Jones|September 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Looking haggard and ridiculous—this “Amanda Bynes or Gandalf?”Amanda Bynes Wigs Out|Kevin Fallon|May 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It was with a feeling of relief on both sides that the arrival of Mr. Haggard, of the Home Office, was announced.
His lordship retired shortly to his study, Hetton and Mr. Haggard betook themselves to the billiard-room.
But we must not class in this unclean category Lord Spunyarn and his friend Haggard, who were both playing at the big table.
Haggard merely played for the excitement, and Spunyarn because it was a lesser bore to play than to look on.
Three more coups are played, each of which the banker, that is to say Haggard, wins.