adjective, scrag·gi·er, scrag·gi·est.
Examples from the Web for scraggily
Also throw a scraggily top of some kind into the water over the ring-pole to hide the catch after drowning.Mink Trapping|A. R. (Arthur Robert) Harding
British Dictionary definitions for scraggily
adjective -gier or -giest
Word Origin and History for scraggily
early 13c., "rough, jagged" (figurative); 1570s, of landscape, "rough, rugged, stumpy;" 1610s, of persons, "gaunt and wasted, lean, thin, bony;" see scrag + -y (2), and cf. scroggy, scraggly. In Scottish, scranky. Related: Scragginess.