adjective, shag·gi·er, shag·gi·est.
covered with or having long, rough hair.
untidy; unkempt: a shaggy person.
rough and matted; forming a bushy mass, as the hair or mane.
having a rough nap, as cloth.
characterized by sloppy planning or execution: a shaggy production of Macbeth.
Origin of shaggy
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Related Words for shagginesscoarseness, break, nick, scratch, crack, unevenness, shagginess, hairiness, bristling, brokenness, bushiness
adjective -gier or -giest
having or covered with rough unkempt fur, hair, wool, etca shaggy dog
rough or unkempt
(in textiles) having a nap of long rough strands
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