daggy

daggy

(ˈdæɡɪ)
adj, daggier or daggiest
1. untidy; dishevelled
2. eccentric
[from dag2]
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Much to everyone's surprise, including all the pollsters, sitting Prime Minister Scott Morrison, pictured, held on to his job after styling himself as the 'Daggy dad' of the nation.
In 2015, Kenyan rapper Douglas Munyendo AKA Lal Daggy's produced a rap song, 'Story ya machampion', the first rap song in Kenya by a deaf and mute person.
Unlike his British counterpart, Reucassel exhibits 'dad humour': he's a little bit daggy and all the more endearing for it.
In these circumstances the older idea of Bloomsbury--signifying a ramshackle network of bookstores, nearby cinemas and clubs, and pubs with their daggy upstairs rooms for rent, home to many dramas of political disputation--feels like another age, as relevant to the imperatives of contemporary university life as the inconspicuous blue plaques commemorating previous generations of the neighbourhood's luminaries.
In the daggy fitness world I inhabit, there are no Fitbits and very little philosophy.
(1.) Mullis B, Fisk E, Weaver D, Zhao Q, Daggy J, Di Cesare PE.
Everson, G.T., Daggy, B.P., McKinley, C., Story, JA, 1992.