bedraggled : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make wet and dirty, as from rain
- s limp and soiled as if dragged in the mud
the beggar's bedraggled clothes
- s in deplorable condition
a street of bedraggled tenements
- An idealistic, charismatic and compassionate politician comes out of nowhere to be elected Governor of a somewhat bedraggled Southern state.
- His arrival in Philadelphia is one of the most famous scenes in autobiographical literature: the bedraggled 17-year-old runaway, cheeky yet with a pretense of humility, straggling .
- When he came out, he looked bedraggled, said the official: He looked like a homeless man at the bus station.
News & Articles
- Top GSK exec appears on Chinese news program
A TOP GlaxoSmithKline executive in China was filmed in a bedraggled state "confessing" to bribery claims at Britain's biggest drugmaker on Chinese state TV. Chinese police have accused GSK of being a "criminal godfather" and "ringleader" in a bribery s...
July 16, 2013 - MedCity News