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shaggy

/shag·gy/ (shag´e)
1. covered with, having, or resembling rough long hair or wool.
2. having a rough texture or surface or hairlike processes.
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In the beginning, the Flange residence rises from a "big mossy tumulus out of the earth, its color that of one of the shaggier prehistoric beasts" (1984, 56); in the end, the dump is "sunk fifty feet below the streets of the sprawling housing development which surrounded it" (1984, 64).
Or, if still interesting, he disappoints his shaggier admirers by conforming as ecstatic soulmate, reverential son-in-law, and gladly house-broken husband who worries that friends will track mud over the expensive carpets.
More recently, megamodel Christy Turlington has traded her ultrashort mop for a longer, shaggier style.
Hokey Pokey Elmo: A new, shaggier Elmo takes up where Chicken
But once you got away from the greenness and the smoothness immediately surrounding the farm, the land changed colour and appearance, became shaggier and wilder and browner.
A leap forward in time brings in an older, shaggier, more feral Marcos (the already wolfish-visaged Juan Jose Ballesta) for about 20 minutes at the end.
The bob is a timeless cut but Meg's hairdresser, Sally Hershberger, created the shaggier version.