Thesaurus / scraggy

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His thick hair and scraggy neck gave witness of unreadiness and through his misty glasses weak eyes looked up pleading.

UlyssesJames Joyce

Their clothes were ragged and dirty, their hair long and uncombed, and their faces were covered with scraggy beards.

From the ladder one could reach a long limb of a scraggy apple tree upon which hung early apples nearly ripe.

Little Maid MarianAmy E. Blanchard

He knew that Scraggy had left the settlement to find their boy.

In her eagerness to take his attention from the shrieking yacht, now close to the scow, Scraggy advanced toward the swaying man.

He made a motion as if to lean over the scowman; but Scraggy pushed him back.

But it is the scraggy ones who seem to delight in displaying their angles.

Bat WingSax Rohmer

Scraggy looked down upon the little boy's face, twisted with pain.

The latter stands, hands dug into his pockets, short legs wide apart, scraggy beard keeping time with the moving jaws.

If you see her, tell her she's a beast, and I wish Arthur would wring her scraggy neck.

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