bedraggled

Bedraggled vs Rundown - What's the difference?

bedraggled | rundown | Synonyms |

Bedraggled is a synonym of rundown.


As adjectives the difference between bedraggled and rundown

is that bedraggled is wet and limp; unkempt while rundown is .

As a verb bedraggled

is (bedraggle).

As a noun rundown is

a rough outline generally used in the definite, as the rundown .

Bedraggled vs Ramshackle - What's the difference?

bedraggled | ramshackle | Synonyms |

Bedraggled is a synonym of ramshackle.


As adjectives the difference between bedraggled and ramshackle

is that bedraggled is wet and limp; unkempt while ramshackle is in disrepair or disorder; poorly maintained; lacking upkeep, usually of buildings or vehicles.

As a verb bedraggled

is (bedraggle).

Bedraggled vs Tumbledown - What's the difference?

bedraggled | tumbledown | Synonyms |

Bedraggled is a synonym of tumbledown.


As adjectives the difference between bedraggled and tumbledown

is that bedraggled is wet and limp; unkempt while tumbledown is in disrepair; poorly maintained.

As a verb bedraggled

is (bedraggle).

Bedraggledness vs Bedraggled - What's the difference?

bedraggledness | bedraggled | Derived terms |

Bedraggledness is a derived term of bedraggled.

Bedraggledly vs Bedraggled - What's the difference?

bedraggledly | bedraggled | Derived terms |

Bedraggledly is a derived term of bedraggled.

Dilapidated vs Bedraggled - What's the difference?

dilapidated | bedraggled | Synonyms |

Bedraggled is a synonym of dilapidated.


As verbs the difference between dilapidated and bedraggled

is that dilapidated is while bedraggled is (bedraggle).

As adjectives the difference between dilapidated and bedraggled

is that dilapidated is having fallen into a state of disrepair or deterioration, especially through neglect while bedraggled is wet and limp; unkempt.

Decrepit vs Bedraggled - What's the difference?

decrepit | bedraggled |


As adjectives the difference between decrepit and bedraggled

is that decrepit is weakened or worn out from age or wear while bedraggled is wet and limp; unkempt.

As a verb bedraggled is

(bedraggle).

Unkempt vs Bedraggled - What's the difference?

unkempt | bedraggled |


As adjectives the difference between unkempt and bedraggled

is that unkempt is dishevelled; untidy; dirty; not kept up while bedraggled is wet and limp; unkempt.

As a verb bedraggled is

(bedraggle).

Decaying vs Bedraggled - What's the difference?

decaying | bedraggled |


As verbs the difference between decaying and bedraggled

is that decaying is while bedraggled is (bedraggle).

As a noun decaying

is the act of something that decays.

As a adjective bedraggled is

wet and limp; unkempt.

Limp vs Bedraggled - What's the difference?

limp | bedraggled |


As verbs the difference between limp and bedraggled

is that limp is to happen; befall; chance or limp can be to be inadequate or unsatisfactory or limp can be to walk lamely, as if favouring one leg while bedraggled is (bedraggle).

As adjectives the difference between limp and bedraggled

is that limp is flaccid; flabby, as flesh while bedraggled is wet and limp; unkempt.

As a noun limp

is a scraper of board or sheet-iron shaped like half the head of a small cask, used for scraping the ore off the sieve in the operation of hand-jigging or limp can be an irregular, jerky or awkward gait.

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