Complete Definition of "haggard"

was wotd|2007|September|7
English

Adjective
en-adj

  1. Looking exhausted and unwell, in poor condition
  2. wild|Wild or untamed

Derived terms
haggardly
haggardness

Translations
trans-top|looking exhausted and unwell
Chinese: æ¯æ§ (kÅ«gÇo)
Croatian: t-|hr|oronuo, t-|hr|bijedan
Finnish: riutunut, voipunut, sairaalloinen|sairaalloisen näköinen, kalvakka
German: t-|de|abgespannt, t-|de|ausgezehrt
Japanese: t-|ja|ãã¤ãã|tryatsureta|scJpan
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Korean: ìì²í (sucheokhan)
Russian: измождÑннÑй (izmoždjónnyj)
Swedish: härjad
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trans-top|wild or untamed
Croatian: t-|hr|divlji
Finnish: hurja
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German: t+|de|wild
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Noun
haggard

  1. context|dialect|Manx|Hiberno A stackyard, an enclosure on a farm for stacking grain, hay, etc. Used in w:Manx English|Manx English and w:Hiberno-English|Hiberno-English.

#: "He tuk a slew [swerve] round the haggard" 1

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