- v make wet and dirty, as from rain
- s limp and soiled as if dragged in the mud
the beggar's bedraggled clothes
scarecrows in battered hats or draggled skirts
- She has become draggled and dirty.
- Particularly did she like pictures by Edgar Degas of be draggled and rhythmic danseuses stretching their weary tendons upon the ballet rack, pirouetting with a one, two, three .
- In a department-store basement a group of bedraggled female shoppers, including a spectacled schoolteacher, a colored wench and a draggled woman in a raincoat and hangdog .