Meaning of shagginess in English:


Pronunciation /ˈʃaɡɪnəs/


See shaggy

‘He is much happier in the muggy heat and I am enjoying the sight of the black Cleopatra lines around his eyes, which are usually obscured by general shagginess.’
  • ‘I fervently attacked my menacing hide of beastly shagginess and managed to pull off a state of continuous hairlessness for over a year.’
  • ‘Sal's was long and twisty with faux-careless shagginess at the back and swoopy blonde strips at the front.’
  • ‘The dramatic mane, the shagginess of which extends along the lion's back and down onto his haunches, appears much as it does in the main scene, except that there is no stippling.’