رث الثياب, أشعث, ممزق, غير مترابط, غير منظم, وعر
- رث الثيابraggederraggedestرثةالرثاثة
Verb(1) treat cruelly(2) cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations(3) play in ragtime(4) harass with persistent criticism or carping(5) censure severely or angrily(6) break into lumps before sorting
Adjective(1) being or dressed in clothes that are worn or torn(2) worn out from stress or strain(3) having an irregular outline
(1) Looking at the team she realized just how ragged and exhausted everyone was.(2) He started to run again: not a smooth sprint but a ragged lope that screamed exhaustion.(3) His pants were ragged as well, although his clothes were not too big for him.(4) Anna's breath came in ragged gasps as she flew with all her might to Justin's house.(5) If you watch warm-ups at the typical age group meet, you'll see much more ragged than smooth movement.(6) A single very small spherical shell is characterized by a lumpy to ragged surface and numerous short spines.(7) Although the old man and his clothes were spotlessly clean, he wore jeans, a denim shirt and boots that were very worn and ragged .(8) They carried Kharasil up the corridors in a wave of nervous chatter, the ragged sound of a giggle falling obscenely in the narrow space.(9) I rest my hot cheek against the car window and cry, hating both myself and the ragged sobs that split the silence in the Jetta like a knife.(10) In the distance now they could hear the sounds of many more men shouting, a ragged chorus that rose over the clatter of steel against steel.(11) He looked much more ragged and tired than when he had stabbed her.(12) This gorgeous coastline of ragged bluffs, sea stacks, and mountains could become home.(13) Ness sounds as hushed, gravelly, and desperate as always, singing over that ragged guitar twang.(14) His eye was swollen, his lip bleeding, his hands dirty, his clothes ragged .(15) Not only that, but her voice - a bit raspy at the best of times - sounds downright ragged and weary here.(16) She looked down at Spitz whose respiration was so ragged that she sounded like she was suffocating slowly.
(1) rag :: خرقة
1. tattered ::
2. shabby ::
3. jagged ::
4. irritate ::
5. lambaste ::
6. torment ::
7. taunt ::
1. clean ::
2. even ::
3. smooth ::
4. soft ::
5. unbroken ::
Different Formsragged, raggeder, raggedest, raggedly, raggedness, raggedy
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