bedraggled


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limp and soiled as if dragged in the mud

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He was hungry, bedraggled, but is now snoozing contentedly in front of the fire.
Saving | you endless hours getting bedraggled in badly lit changing rooms, Swimwear 365 allows you to surf its wares from the comfort of your own sofa and sells bikinis and swimsuits all year round (the clue's in the title).
Saving |you endless hours getting bedraggled in badly lit changing rooms, Swimwear 365 allows you to surf its wares from the comfort of your own sofa and sells bikinis and swimsuits all year round (the clue's in the title).
SAVING you endless hours getting bedraggled in badly lit changing rooms, Swimwear 365 allows you to surf its wares from the comfort of your own sofa and sells bikinis and swimsuits all year round (the clue's in the title).
And so this week, as school comes to an end, I want to deliver a different kind of address, not to those leaving college with pomp and circumstance at their backs but to those bedraggled souls staying behind.
Wendy Linley, who managed to grab this photo of the visitor on her garden shed, said: "The weather hasn't been very good and he is looking a bit sad, with bedraggled feathers.
It sank beneath the big blue sea, Became bedraggled, went rotten.
The neighbour, who asked not to be named, noticed a bedraggled Jasmine on Washway Road, where she was struggling to cope with the rain.
Michael Griggs, the odd couple in this two-hander have the bedraggled air of tired, wornout souls.
AUNT Polly (Helen McCrory) may have been mortified at the end of last week's episode when her long lost son returned just in time to find her doing the walk of shame looking her most bedraggled.
Theatregoers reported seeing the Transformers star looking bedraggled and behaving bizarrely at the Studio 54 theatre.
Bedraggled Edna Hales, 91, of Smith's Wood, Birmingham, pleaded poverty, and her terraced council house was a squalid warren of bin bags, boxes and paper.
Sporting a bedraggled beard and long hair, Jose Salvador Alvarenga crawled onto a beach on the Marshall Islands on Thursday.
According to the Mirror, in an 80-minute masterclass in passing, movement, thrust and penetration, 'Engineer' Manuel Pellegrini saw his side broken down completely, although new City player Alvaro Negredo grabbed a 79th-minute consolation goal for the bedraggled City.
McCullough created an instillation of bedraggled sneakers, boots with their soles hanging by threads, sandals with broken straps, and one unsuccessful attempt at making footwear out of a piece of carpet and a bit of string.