mangy

[ meyn-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF mangy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANGY

We'll show 'em that we won't be bothered any longer with their mangy wars.

He had goggling, bloodshot eyes, mangy moustaches, and a broken nose.

No trace of her passing on the hard earth with its mangy growth of grass.

So fine a fellow, and so mangy a following, it would be hard to find.

His practice was to wear on his head, in that tropical climate, a mangy fur cap.

It was all rock, except in a few spots where there was some scrub bushes and mangy grass.

They're a mangy, stick-in-the-mud, follow-in-the-old-ruts crowd.

About his chest and shoulders hung a single, mangy garment of goat-skin.

Git out o' here; I'm ashamed to be seen speakin' to a mangy hound like you.

Got his nerve with him, the mangy calf-eater, comin' up to the ranch thataway.

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