shaggy|shaggier|shaggiest in English
[shag·gy || 'ʃægɪ]
having long matted hair; rough and matted; untidy, slovenly, unkempt
Use "shaggy|shaggier|shaggiest" in a sentence
1. Shaggy, the magnet!
2. Tim has longish, shaggy hair.
3. Well, just for the record- - SHAGGY:
4. Yard's looking a little shaggy.
5. Your hair is getting shaggy.
6. He's black and white and shaggy.
7. He was a shaggy , thick - necked fellow.
8. Your hair, it's getting really shaggy.
9. This old man shaved his shaggy black beard.
10. Occasionally, it gave its enormous, shaggy head a turn.
11. He had thick brown hair and shaggy brows.
12. The big shaggy head turned to look at me.
13. His shaggy grey hair fell loosely across his brow.
14. A shake roof is rather shaggy in appearance.
15. Milo sniffed in consternation twice, like a shaggy brown hare.
16. A coarse , shaggy woolen cloth with an uncut nap.
17. Three shaggy-haired men thrash tunelessly at their guitars.
18. Laxford Bridge is a welcome uninhabited oasis amongst shaggy surroundings.
19. Bilberry goats are large, with shaggy coats and very large horns.
20. Goldie takes one look at Rainbow's shaggy ankles and sighs.
21. I was sunburned, shaggy - haired, a little aloof, and solitary.
22. Typically, brownies are small and shaggy haired, with a brown, wrinkled face.
23. 11 The epicardial surface of the heart shows a shaggy fibrinous exudate.
24. A shaggy, oversize stuffed toy dog lay in front of the television set.
25. A shaggy bearded bear of a man in a smock and khaki shorts.