Noun(1) disparaging terms for the common people
(1) People are booing, and I don't even try to stop them as this ragtag of veteran-looking musicians play on.(2) It's a myth that goes back to the revolution and the triumph of America's ragtag guerrillas against the rigid, hierarchical British army.(3) We think of Washington at Valley Forge, or we think of Washington with his ragtag band of militia men beating the British.(4) Governments, international agencies and private charities have begun to train the region's ragtag health care corps to treat children in a model that could spread throughout Africa.(5) A small, ragtag band of idealists facing overwhelming odds decides to gamble on a course of action judged either foolish or brilliant, depending on the outcome.(6) Everyone defers to him, especially his main man, a clubfooted ghetto intellectual known as Smush, and the other members of Smush's ragtag crew.(7) The people I have known have been a scruffy lot, a ragtag of mongrels from all over the place, but I would not change them for the world.(8) Although a far from usual setting for a comedy series, the inmates were not too problematic or insane but merely a ragtag of eccentrics who had opted out of life.(9) A zany, ragtag band of men from my old stomping grounds of Upstate New York decided to buy themselves a racehorse on Memorial Day weekend of 1995.(10) Our little ragtag bunch of kids made my friend's party a success by creating a fun experience.(11) As our ragtag troupe passed the cafeteria in the West Mall Centre we chanced upon a stack of trays.(12) There was no word about the 12-year-old twins who lead this ragtag army of around 100 mostly ethnic Karen fighters.(13) Our job in 2003 is to first make and then keep this disparate ragtag of a Government honest.(14) He is widely believed to have fueled the war in support of one of the fighting parties, to which he committed ragtag militias that perpetrated unspeakable atrocities.(15) In more prosaic moments she comments on a ragtag of fellow travellers, landlords and farmers, and lorry drivers who don't know the country code of how to pass horses on the road.(16) Adding to the fun is a bit of inspired genre-hopping marked by the entrance of Frank's neighbours, a trio of misfits that form a kind of ragtag support group for him.
(1) rag-tag :: латта-барчасп
1. ragtag and bobtail ::
ragtag ва bobtail
2. rabble ::
3. riffraff ::
1. homogeneous ::
Different Formsragtag, ragtags
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