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shaggy

adjective /ˈʃӕɡi/
(covered with hair, fur etc that is) rough and untidy in appearance
hirsute
The dog had a shaggy coat a shaggy dog.
shagginess noun
aspect hirsute
Translations of “shaggy”
in Vietnamese bờm xờm…
in Spanish peludo…
in Thai เป็นกระเซิง…
in Malaysian kasar dan berjumbai-jumbai…
in German zottelig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 毛髮粗長而蓬亂的, (毛髮)粗長而蓬亂的…
in Indonesian dan kasar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 毛发粗长而蓬乱的, (毛发)粗长而蓬乱的…
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