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The meaning of "Ragged" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ragged mean?
A: Ragged clothing - torn up clothing

Example sentences using "Ragged"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ragged and tattered.
A: Ragged means something that is old, torn, or irregular. If used to describe a person, ragged means tired or exhausted. In some fantasy books, they will name inns “The Ragged Inn” meaning an old and dirty inn. An example sentence for ragged could be: “Her jeans are ragged.” or “You look a little ragged.” Tattered means clothing that is torn or ripped. An example sentence could be: “His shirt was tattered.” or “She was dressed in tattered clothes.”

Synonyms of "Ragged" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between ragged and battered ?
A: Ragged means damaged or torn
Example ragged posters hung on the wall
while battered means beaten up
He finished the day battered and bruised
Q: What is the difference between ragged and rugged ?
A: Ragged is old and torn, rugged is rocky and uneven.
Examples:
His coat was ragged.
The mountain was rugged.

Translations of "Ragged"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ragged
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