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sprawly

[ spraw-lee ]
/ ˈsprɔ li /
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adjective, sprawl·i·er, sprawl·i·est.
tending to sprawl; straggly: The colt's legs were long and sprawly.
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Origin of sprawly

First recorded in 1790–1800; sprawl + -y1
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