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1‘he wore scruffy jeans’
shabby, worn, down at heel, shoddy, ragged, tattered, mangy, sorry, run down, disreputable
untidy, unkempt, bedraggled, messy, dishevelled, ungroomed, ill-groomed, sleazy, seedy, slatternly, slovenly
dirty, squalid, filthy
informal tatty, the worse for wear, scuzzy, grungy, yucky
British informal grotty
North American informal raggedy
smart, tidy, clean
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