RAG

(redirected from raggedly)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia.

RAG

Abbreviation for:
recombination activating gene
Red Amber Green (traffic light)  
risk assessment in genetics
References in periodicals archive ?
It complements the rest of Pickering's substantial oeuvre, with its vision of life as raggedly random, a carnival of disorder, yet strewn with certain pleasures for the having if only one can maintain a balance between wonder and doubt, appreciation and skepticism.
As the youngest, Kristoffer Sakurai, making his debut, started raggedly but soon hit his stride, performing the controlled jumps and rapid batterie with modest insouciance, his acting textured with youthful impulse.
He was sitting at the end, raggedly clothed, wearing boots that gave evidence of a past sturdiness but now had a web-like fragility.
Any averagely worldly fifteen-year-old would find Top Spot dramatically thin, raggedly executed, and stridently ingenuous in tone.
43) Officials ended by throwing raggedly clothes at prisoners with "no consideration as to [their] size, durability, or particularities.
George Coppin gained great popularity as the raggedly dressed 'new chum' Billy Barlow.
Seeing the handwriting on the wall, and Bolingbroke's army in the field, Richard falls apart, raggedly and pathetically but also caustically, full of self-pity but also of scorn.
I would not go down underground for her, having already stumbled blindly, and raggedly, through my own winter, to only just now see the April light flooding through my house.
Conductor Timothy Vernon drew a lush, elegant, Viennese sonority from the orchestra, and Robert Holliston's Pacific Opera Chorus made a raggedly robust crew of peasants, gypsies and soldiers.
In one corner, an air conditioner and a de-humidifier raggedly chugged and rattled in a losing battle to protect the contents of the basement from the relentless effects of tropical heat and humidity.
The Type 2031 Diaphragm Control Valve is raggedly designed to give the maximum in performance, and provides essential flow characteristics wherever highly accurate control of temperature, pressure, or flow is required.