adjective, strag·gli·er, strag·gli·est.
Examples from the Web for straggly
Bring your plants with their own earth, your straggly geraniums, pots, and each a trowel.
His straggly, wiry moustache brushed her forehead in a good-night kiss.'Twixt Land & Sea|Joseph Conrad
Because a weak, straggly plant may produce one fine blossom.
Sunflowers get brown and straggly looking before the season is past its prime.
Presently he saw a number of straggly things dangling downward from the rocks and soil overhead.The Boy Land Boomer|Ralph Bonehill