Origin of ragged
OTHER WORDS FROM raggedrag·ged·ly, adverbrag·ged·ness, noun
How to use ragged in a sentence
I stroked right, settling the compass near 185 degrees, and glanced at the flowers, stems ragged from where I’d torn them off by the road.
Again they marched raggedly, but their faces, instead of being good-humored and full of frolic, were serious now.The Code of the Mountains|Charles Neville Buck
The German line emerged from the smoke, raggedly but yet solidly enough to overwhelm the weakened defense.Grapes of wrath|Boyd Cable
The river lay bare from shore to shore, save where the Westover landing stretched raggedly into the flood.Audrey|Mary Johnston
British Dictionary definitions for ragged
Derived forms of raggedraggedly, adverbraggedness, noun
Word Origin for ragged
Other Idioms and Phrases with ragged
see run one ragged.