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ragbag a bag for collecting or storing rags. [2 definitions]
rag doll a soft, stuffed doll made out of cloth, sometimes homemade and hand-painted.
rage intense anger; fury. [8 definitions]
ragged worn down into rags; torn and tattered. [5 definitions]
ragged edge the extreme edge, as of a cliff; brink.
raggedy ragged; torn; shaggy.
raggle-taggle oddly heterogeneous or mixed; motley.
ragi a cereal grass of Africa and Asia, cultivated for its edible grain.
raglan of or denoting a type of sleeve that is continuous from the armhole to the collar, with no shoulder seams. [2 definitions]
ragman a man who buys and sells rags and other miscellaneous items and scraps.
ragout a strongly seasoned stew of French origin. [2 definitions]
ragpicker a person who salvages and sells rags and other waste materials.
rag rug a rug made from woven or sewn strips of rags.
rags-to-riches used to describe a story in which someone starts out in life very poor and later becomes rich.
ragtag shaggy, unkempt, or decrepit; in poor condition; ramshackle.
ragtime a late nineteenth and early twentieth-century American musical form, having a syncopated melody and an accompaniment in two-four time, usu. written for the piano.
ragweed a weed of the daisy family that produces abundant airborne pollen in the fall.
ragwort any of several plants bearing yellow flowers and irregularly shaped leaves; groundsel.
rah hurrah (used to express pleasure or encouragement, esp. in cheering for a team).
rah-rah (informal) exhibiting uncritical enthusiasm, esp. in support of a competing team.
raid a sudden or surprise attack or assault, as by a military force. [7 definitions]