- lean or thin; scrawny.
- irregular; craggy; jagged.
Origin of scraggy
Related Words for scraggyrangy, gangly, spindly, gaunt, slender, scrawny, angular, sinewy, lanky, slim, sparse, skinny, svelte, wiry, tenuous, rugged, rocky, coarse, bumpy, fuzzy
Examples from the Web for scraggy
Historical Examples of scraggy
Paklin made a sad grimace, and pointed to his scraggy, crippled legs.Virgin Soil
Ivan S. Turgenev
Most of the captives were of the appearances denominated "scraggy" or "knotty."Campaigns of a Non-Combatant,
George Alfred Townsend
But Scraggy was faithful to his trust, and revealed nothing.Charlie to the Rescue
Probably he was tired of water, and swamp and water, and scraggy trees and water.Their Pilgrimage
Charles Dudley Warner
We passed through the scraggy uplands of Lower Macedonia, and so to Salonika.Eastern Nights - and Flights
- lean or scrawny
- rough; unkempt