jaggedly

ADVERB
  1. with a ragged and uneven appearance
    a long beard, raggedly cut
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How To Use jaggedly In A Sentence

  • They passed a marble stair that spiraled up from the mud and ended jaggedly in air.
  • Most begin halfway or fully at “Hurray!” and slope off jaggedly to “Blah.” Sex and Storytelling
  • Located 32 miles from the Utah desert town of Moab, the narrow rock peninsula juts jaggedly into canyon country, 2,000 feet above the Colorado River.
  • The result: walls that are half exposed brick and half jaggedly broken plaster painted in bright strains of fuchsia, aqua, yellow, and blue.
  • They passed a marble stair that spiraled up from the mud and ended jaggedly in air.
  • He's not obliged to like her ” some people don't, as he points out ” but it is only fair to let your readers know that she has a thoroughly first-rate mind (not just "jaggedly sharp") and a phenomenal (not merely "retentive") memory. Life with Picasso
  • All of us bristol cheap flights that is jaggedly a nortriptyline of hollow, pursuing is chiasmatic to nebo a new lubberly and he is unopposed too. Rational Review
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