daggy

daggy

(ˈdæɡɪ)
adj, daggier or daggiest
1. untidy; dishevelled
2. eccentric
[from dag2]
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In the daggy fitness world I inhabit, there are no Fitbits and very little philosophy.
Mullis B, Fisk E, Weaver D, Zhao Q, Daggy J, Di Cesare PE.
Daggy J, Lawley M, Willis D, Thayer D, Suelzer C, DeLaurentis PC, Turkcan A, Chakraborty S, Sands L.
Among the 500 attendees at the 14th biennial Merton conference were 53 Daggy Scholars from 23 colleges, universities and seminaries in the United States, Canada and China.
Broken-hearted Daughter Lesley, John, John, Gill, Beverley, Daggy and all Great-grandchildren.
That set off quite a debate but the perception for many kids remains that Information Books are the daggy cousins of the book family.
The demonstrable benefits of music therapy as a group or individual therapy intervention addressing the psychological and physical functioning of cancer patients have been illustrated in numerous studies (Aldridge, 1995; Aldridge, 1996, 1999; Bailey, 1984; Bonde, 2000, 2005; Burns, Harbuz, Hucklebridge, & Bunt, 2001; Burns, 2009; Burns, 2001; Burns, Sledge, Fuller, Daggy and Monahan 2005; Cassileth, Vickers & Magill, 2003; Dileo & Bradt, 2005; Hanser et al.
We are honored to be recognized as a national strategic partner of the American Diabetes Association, whose mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by this disease," said Bruce Daggy, chief science officer at Nutrisystem.