Part of speech: noun

A ragged edge.

Part of speech: noun

A torn piece of cloth; fragment.

Part of speech: noun

Tattered clothing.

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Usage examples "rag":

  1. Well, here's a copy of your old rag. - "Counsel for the Defense", Leroy Scott.
  2. Before I was twenty- one years old, I had studied in most of the schools of modern philosophy, and had thrown off my religion like an old rag. - "Mr. Marx's Secret", E. Phillips Oppenheim.
  3. I'm a very different Rag with a very different Marjorie. - "Marriage", H. G. Wells.