One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Winter jasmine is doggedly flowering on the fence by the chicken house in spite of rain which bedraggles the fragile petals.’
- ‘It bedraggles the Calla lilies, leaving them tattered at the edges and browned like vintage fabric.’
- ‘At 6 p.m., the audition procedure, the most bedraggling and stressful portion of the festival for some began.’
- ‘This kid refused to even speak a word, just kept bedraggling along the path, looking coldly at the nothingness ahead of him.’
- ‘Cars splash puddles on him, further bedraggling his look, as he pursues Phillips in order to deliver to him a CD made by a band Jake is managing.’
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