adjective, scrag·gli·er, scrag·gli·est.
Examples from the Web for scraggly
All I could see now was that his once sexy, scraggly hair was so obviously a wig.Can a Jew Get Down With Hot Jesus from 'Son of God?'|Sara Lieberman|March 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He was unshaven, with a goatee and long, scraggly hair, and looked miserable and not a little creepy.Fred Willard: Arrested in a Post Pee-wee Herman Universe|Tricia Romano|July 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He had a scraggly beard and his once clean-shaven head was ringed by a horseshoe of graying hair.In His First Interview, Saif al-Islam Says He Has Not Been Given Access to a Lawyer|Fred Abrahams|December 30, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The snake is wriggling like crazy, but now has its neck wound around a couple of scraggly bushes.
The comedienne is wearing low-top sneakers, a scraggly ponytail, and a baggy T-shirt—one of many outfits in her tomboy oeuvre.
Blaise, on the other side of a scraggly ninebark bush, seemed to be examining a pile of boulders and rock fragments.The Secret Cache|E. C. [Ethel Claire] Brill
Half an hour of winding advance through the midst of the scraggly low-growing trees brought them to the notch in the rim-ridge.Bloom of Cactus|Robert Ames Bennet
Grim shadows began to surround Peter, and his ears shot up, and a scraggly brush stood out along his spine.The Country Beyond|James Oliver Curwood
He would glance at Mike now and then and with a sour grin lifting the scraggly ends of his grizzled mustache.The Lookout Man|B. M. Bower
Often in old pastures one finds forlorn, scraggly looking bushes and is told they are hazelnut bushes.