Raggedy sentence example

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  • To prevent a raggedy look from taking over the style, get regular trims.
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  • Sally's raggedy dress is constructed of multicolored patches sewn together in a wild, mismatched pattern.
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  • Being home doesn't mean you have to toss on an old tee shirts and raggedy pants.
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  • Skimping on the time necessary to create a hard finish is one of the biggest reasons patch jobs turn out looking raggedy or sunken.
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  • He is 46, sports a raggedy beard and speaks in clipped, high pitched Californian accents.
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  • Dangling indigo fairy lights approximate the spirit of opium: it drapes itself sagely across the raggedy spires of the metropolis.
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  • They were a raggedy bunch with most of their feathers missing and very underweight.
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  • Using a black eye pencil, draw a few stitches on the face to emulate Sally's raggedy look.
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  • If it's thin and raggedy feeling, it likely isn't worth even the few dollars you plan to spend.
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  • As anyone who has ever dealt with a raggedy towel bogged down with worn threads knows, this can be quite a feat.
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