Definition of daggy in English:

daggy

adjective

Australian, NZ
informal
  • 1(especially of clothes) scruffy.

    ‘‘pre-worn’ clothing might be a bit daggy’
    • ‘Dressed in my daggy jeans and Panjabi MC tour tee shirt, I waited for the set to finish, and chatted with a random American chap out the front.’
    • ‘He dresses in daggy grey suits and is so shy he usually talks to the ground.’
    • ‘Or maybe they're just so drunk, they're under the misguided belief that Oxford Street is a daggy bohemian end of Kings Cross they've never encountered before.’
    • ‘I had actually rejected this shop on Tuesday because it looked daggy and dank up the back, but yesterday I felt I couldn't go past it again.’
    • ‘The chick was wearing a daggy long floral skirt.’
    dowdy, frumpish, unfashionable, old-fashioned
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    1. 1.1 Not stylish; unfashionable.
      ‘a daggy disco track’
      • ‘I love this bag and would quite like to keep it, if it weren't for the fact that it wouldn't go with anything my daggy wardrobe.’
      • ‘Any daggy, dated, old-fashioned dance move that had ever been shunned or made popular, I performed.’
      • ‘It is rare to find a seat belt in a local car and wearing one is considered as daggy as wearing a helmet on a motorbike.’
      • ‘My mum used to tuck my jumpers in when I was little, I realised how daggy that was at age four when my kinder friends laughed at me.’
      • ‘They learn how to cross roads without looking, ride on the wrong side of the street or cycleway, and that safety gear such as helmets is daggy.’
      unfashionable, frumpish, frumpy, drab, dull, old-fashioned, outmoded, out of style, not smart, inelegant, badly dressed, ill-dressed, shabby, scruffy, faded, untidy, dingy, frowzy
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Pronunciation

daggy

/ˈdaɡi/