daggy

uncool, unfashionable, but comfortably so.

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  • daggy — UK [ˈdæɡɪ] / US adjective Word forms daggy : adjective daggy comparative daggier superlative daggiest Australian informal, showing disapproval 1) not fashionable 2) untidy, dirty, and unpleasant …   English dictionary

  • daggy — I Australian Slang dirty lump of wool at the back end of a sheep; something that looks very bad or ridiculous; dirty; slovenly; unpleasant; uncool; conservative and lacking style and sophistication in manners, interests, etc. II North Country… …   English dialects glossary

  • daggy — Superlatively lame, in a downmarket way. To be precise: something that s half dorky, half ghetto. Australian derivation, most endearingly uttered in a Japanese accent. I hate daggy stupid surferboy shop in Shibuya, ne. Nobody there surf. Ne? …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Daggy — dirty lump of wool at the back end of a sheep; something that looks very bad or ridiculous; dirty; slovenly; unpleasant; uncool; conservative and lacking style and sophistication in manners, interests, etc …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • daggy — adj Australian stupid, unpleasant. From the noun dag. A brusque but fairly mild expression of distaste (deemed suitable for inclusion in the scripts of TV soap operas, for instance) …   Contemporary slang

  • daggy — adj. (Slang) not stylish; not fashionable; dirty, scruffy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • daggy — adjective (daggier, daggiest) Austral./NZ informal 1》 (especially of clothes) scruffy. 2》 not stylish; unfashionable …   English new terms dictionary

  • daggy — dag·gy …   English syllables

  • daggy — I. /ˈdægi / (say dagee) adjective (daggier, daggiest) 1. (of sheep or wool) fouled with dags. 2. Colloquial dirty; slovenly; unpleasant. {dag1 + y1} –daggily, adverb –dagginess, noun II. /ˈ …   Australian English dictionary

  • daggy — gē adjective ( er/ est) Etymology: dag (I) + y of sheep : having dags …   Useful english dictionary

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