shaggily unkempt mane. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
When his low-budget, trash-talking "Clerks" came out in 1994, it seemed shaggily revolutionary. From Wordnik.com. [The Laugh Factory] Reference
Well! Here is my promontory, and there is the sea — IT rolleth hither unto me, shaggily and fawningly, the old, faithful, hundred – headed dog – monster that I love! —. From Wordnik.com. [Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none] Reference
His face, unwashed since yesterday, looked pallid and clammy; his hair was tossed shaggily about his forehead, and his closed eyes had the sunken look which follows upon watching and sorrow. From Wordnik.com. [Adam Bede] Reference
The rest was piled up on top of his ears and hanging shaggily down over the collar of his suit coat, its light blond color similar to that of a competitive swimmer who spends five hours a day in a pool full of heavily chlorinated water. From Wordnik.com. [Will]
His black brows met shaggily over eyes of sombre brown. From Wordnik.com. [The Odds And Other Stories] Reference
But also it was a fiery fortress frowning shaggily on the world. From Wordnik.com. [The Apostolic Beasts] Reference
Genie hung shaggily over his eyes, and flowed in matted tresses upon his shoulders. From Wordnik.com. [The Arabian Nights Entertainments - Complete] Reference
Down Terrace starts out shaggily enough, as we see the family (whose surname is never revealed) get back into the swing of things. From Wordnik.com. [Cinematical] Reference
All bandmates lent voices and ideas, and the album is a tapestry of fine details woven into an overall shaggily energetic soundscape. From Wordnik.com. [Vue Weekly] Reference
Long-tailed, with erect silky ears and coats that stood out shaggily from their fattening sides, the coyotes were fast growing into big, clumsy dogs. From Wordnik.com. [Blue Bonnet's Ranch Party] Reference
Well! Here is my promontory, and there is the sea-it rolleth hither unto me, shaggily and fawningly, the old, faithful, hundred-headed dog-monster that I love!. From Wordnik.com. [Thus Spake Zarathustra] Reference
Well! Here is my promontory, and there is the sea -- IT rolleth hither unto me, shaggily and fawningly, the old, faithful, hundred-headed dog-monster that I love!. From Wordnik.com. [Thus Spake Zarathustra A book for all and none] Reference
Zenas May, who was large and shaggily blond, with a face like a great blank of good nature, placed a heavy hand on her little, tightly braided head, and patted it. From Wordnik.com. [The Prism] Reference
These visual pretensions are commendable but lack metaphorical heft, and instead underscore the absurdity of shaggily costumed men stalking the Newfoundland landscape. From Wordnik.com. [indieWIRE News] Reference
The first leaf he cut down released Scraps, and on seeing her the Shaggy Man threw back his shaggy head, opened wide his mouth and laughed so shaggily and yet so merrily that Scraps liked him at once. From Wordnik.com. [The Patchwork Girl of Oz]
There were the oldest portions, grimly mediaeval, a lakeside fortress, with ponderous round towers, meurtrieres, machiolations, its grey stone walls discoloured in fantastic streaks and patches by weather-stains and lichens, or else shaggily overgrown by creepers. From Wordnik.com. [The Cardinal's Snuff-Box] Reference
A substantial load for his sturdy nag, and altogether, in his glossy black cloth, a figure very different from their gaunt, sad-visaged, shaggily-garbed old guest. From Wordnik.com. [Strangers at Lisconnel] Reference
His hair was shaggily cut, his clothing dirty. From Wordnik.com. [Shaman's Crossing]
A Scanner Darkly (which I saw several months ago), Fast Food Nation is at its best when it's at its least pointed and its most shaggily digressive. ". From Wordnik.com. [GreenCine Daily] Reference
And faded shaggily, impudently into darkness. From Wordnik.com. [Star-Dust] Reference
Newton was a - long -- limbed, shaggily handsome - twenty -- four -- year -- old accustomed to privation. From Wordnik.com. [‘The State of Jones’] Reference
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