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Definition of ragged

ragged

  • tired, thrashed, exhausted, wiped out. Pronunciation: rhymes with "nagged".
    I've been up since dawn and I'm ragged.

    Last edited on Oct 20 2015. Submitted by F. Cooper from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Aug 26 1998.

  • fatigued, worn-out, weak.

    Last edited on Mar 24 2003. Submitted by M. J. from Dallas, TX, USA on Mar 24 2003.

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