What is another word for raggedly?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈaɡɪdlɪ] (IPA)

"Raggedly" refers to something that is in a ragged or shabby condition, often with uneven edges or tattered edges. Some synonyms for "raggedly" include unkemptly, in disarray, frayed, tattered, threadbare and worn out. These words describe something that has been worn down over time and its condition is now visibly poor. While "raggedly" has a negative connotation, some synonyms can be used to describe a rustic or bohemian style. Therefore, depending on the context, a synonym for "raggedly" can be used to describe something in a negative or positive light.

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Usage examples for Raggedly

A broken saddle-girth flapped raggedly.
"Garrison's Finish A Romance of the Race-Course"
W. B. M. Ferguson
Large and raggedly bound volumes, which apparently had been acquired from the twopenny boxes outside second-hand bookshops, lined the shelves of the outer office, and the chairs were of an early-Victorian horsehair variety.
"The Orchard of Tears"
Sax Rohmer
Mayhem, his breath coming raggedly through his mouth, ran as fast as was feasible.
"World Beyond Pluto"
C. H. Thames

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