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The party was made up of a ferret-faced man with a red nose, a draggle-tailed woman, and a child in a crazy perambulator.
HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN
I have nothing to do with such milk-sop organizations, or the donkeys that draggle at their heels.
EVENTIDEEFFIE AFTON
No one knew of it save Bough Van Busch and the draggle-tailed woman.
THE DOP DOCTORCLOTILDE INEZ MARY GRAVES
A few feet from the coach the water appeared to deepen, and the bear-skin to draggle.
JEFF BRIGGS'S LOVE STORYBRET HARTE
She hasn't a penny, and goes about tattered, a draggle-tail, and sells her birthright for a handful of cold potatoes.
STORIES AND PICTURESISAAC LOEB PERETZ
She saw close to the wall some few yards away a somewhat draggle-tail figure in cloak and hood.
MADAME FLIRTCHARLES E. PEARCE
Indeed it is beneath them to meddle with such dirty draggle-tails; and whatever happens to them, it is good enough for them.
THE HISTORY OF TOM JONES, A FOUNDLINGHENRY FIELDING
Still, somewhere under the huddle and draggle of it all burned on the human soul.
THE WAY OF A MANEMERSON HOUGH
In the midst of it, the Crows noticed a Monkey sliding along, drenched and draggle-tailed, looking like a drowned Rat.
THE TALKING THRUSHWILLIAM CROOKE
People go by, so drenched and draggle-tailed that I have often wondered how they found the heart to undress.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITIONROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

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