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ragtag

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishragtagrag‧tag /ˈræɡtæɡ/ adjective [only before noun]  informalUNTIDY a ragtag group is not tidy or properly organized a ragtag fighting force
Examples from the Corpus
ragtaga ragtag army of rebel soldiersHis ragtag collection of friends means more to him than I do.Its slopes were covered by a ragtag collection of shanties.a ragtag refugee campThe image of ragtag Vietminh guerrillas persisted, but it was pure romanticism.
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