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How to use bedraggled in a sentence

They presented an uncouth spectacle bedraggled as they were with grime and dirty water.
SPACEWRECKED ON VENUSNEIL R. JONES
Mrs. John C. was bedraggled from loss of sleep, and defeat sat upon her shining brow.
COUNTRY NEIGHBORSALICE BROWN
He is dressed neither in a rainbow, nor bedraggled with blood.
LECTURES ON LANDSCAPEJOHN RUSKIN
Professor Zepplin made a joke of his own bedraggled condition, and the boys gave slight heed to theirs.
THE PONY RIDER BOYS IN TEXASFRANK GEE PATCHIN
The bedraggled cat lapped milk, protected from the resentful jealousy of the station's regular feline attach by the one-eyed cook.
BLOW THE MAN DOWNHOLMAN DAY
Indeed, it would be hard to imagine a more uninteresting, bedraggled, down-at-the-heel place than this.
A WOMAN'S JOURNEY THROUGH THE PHILIPPINESFLORENCE KIMBALL RUSSEL
Surely there never showed a less heroic figure on a stranger defiance than that of Mr. Peabody, torn, bedraggled, and besmeared.
WHERE THE PAVEMENT ENDSJOHN RUSSELL
Such an adventure attempted by as bedraggled a cavalier as he, might easily land him in a police station.
HIGH NOONANONYMOUS
It was as if by doing so, he could only reach her mud-spattered and chipped and bedraggled, an unworthy, battered object.
BALLOONSELIZABETH BIBESCO
"Who ever would have thought there were so many of those Rain Elves," said a bedraggled-looking flower.
SANDMAN'S GOODNIGHT STORIESABBIE PHILLIPS WALKER
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO BEDRAGGLED

  • awkward
  • bedraggled
  • botched
  • careless
  • clumsy
  • dingy
  • dirty
  • disheveled
  • inattentive
  • mediocre
  • muddy
  • not clean
  • poor
  • slapdash
  • slipshod
  • slovenly
  • sludgy
  • slushy
  • splashy
  • tacky
  • unkempt
  • unthorough
  • untidy
  • watery
  • wet
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