ragged

Ragged vs Decrepit - What's the difference?

ragged | decrepit |


As verbs the difference between ragged and decrepit

is that ragged is (rag) while decrepit is .

As an adjective ragged

is rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken.

Ragged vs Poor - What's the difference?

ragged | poor |


As adjectives the difference between ragged and poor

is that ragged is rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken while poor is with little or no possessions or money.

As a verb ragged

is (rag).

As a noun poor is

(with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

Rotten vs Ragged - What's the difference?

rotten | ragged |


As a noun rotten

is .

As a verb ragged is

(rag).

As an adjective ragged is

rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken.

Ragged vs Extinct - What's the difference?

ragged | extinct | Related terms |

Ragged is a related term of extinct.


As adjectives the difference between ragged and extinct

is that ragged is rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken while extinct is (dated) extinguished, no longer alight (of fire, candles etc).

As a verb ragged

is (rag).

Ragged vs Former - What's the difference?

ragged | former | Related terms |

Ragged is a related term of former.


As adjectives the difference between ragged and former

is that ragged is rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken while former is previous.

As a verb ragged

is (rag).

As a noun former is

someone who forms something; a maker; a creator or founder.

Old vs Ragged - What's the difference?

old | ragged | Synonyms |

Old is a synonym of ragged.


As a noun old

is age.

As a verb ragged is

(rag).

As an adjective ragged is

rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken.

Dilapidated vs Ragged - What's the difference?

dilapidated | ragged | Related terms |

Dilapidated is a related term of ragged.


As verbs the difference between dilapidated and ragged

is that dilapidated is while ragged is (rag).

As adjectives the difference between dilapidated and ragged

is that dilapidated is having fallen into a state of disrepair or deterioration, especially through neglect while ragged is rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken.

Ragged vs Conventional - What's the difference?

ragged | conventional | Related terms |

Ragged is a related term of conventional.


As adjectives the difference between ragged and conventional

is that ragged is rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken while conventional is pertaining to a convention, as in following generally accepted principles, methods and behaviour.

As a verb ragged

is (rag).

As a noun conventional is

(finance) a conventional gilt-edged security, a kind of bond paying the holder a fixed cash payment (or coupon) every six months until maturity, at which point the holder receives the final payment and the return of the principal.

Used vs Ragged - What's the difference?

used | ragged | Related terms |

Used is a related term of ragged.


As verbs the difference between used and ragged

is that used is (use) while ragged is (rag).

As adjectives the difference between used and ragged

is that used is that is or has or have been used while ragged is rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken.

Ragged vs Veteran - What's the difference?

ragged | veteran | Related terms |

Ragged is a related term of veteran.


As a verb ragged

is (rag).

As an adjective ragged

is rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken.

As a noun veteran is

veteran.

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