shaggy


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shaggy

(in textiles) having a nap of long rough strands
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Course not, Shaggy Man," replied Dorothy, giving him a severe look.
Don't do that, miss," said the shaggy man earnestly; "you might make a mistake.
Toto grabbed a finger and bit it; the shaggy man took his hand out of that pocket quickly, and said "Oh
I thought you said that other was the road to Butterfield," said he, running his fingers through his shaggy whiskers in a puzzled way.
There are a good many roads here," observed the shaggy man, turning slowly around, like a human windmill.
With one hand the shaggy man held the apple, which he began eating, while with the other hand he pulled Toto out of his pocket and dropped him to the ground.
Between the branches of the many roads were green meadows and a few shrubs and trees, but she couldn't see anywhere the farm-house from which she had just come, or anything she had ever seen before--except the shaggy man and Toto.
I'm 'fraid, Shaggy Man," she said, with a sigh, "that we're lost
That is too bad," he said, shaking his shaggy head gravely.
With his sharp knife the Shaggy Man sliced off the stem of the leaf and as it fell and unfolded out trotted the Woozy and escaped beyond the reach of any more of the dangerous plants.
Some of your passengers," added the Shaggy Man, "have never been out of the Emerald City before, and the country is all new to them.
I thought it was an Athletic College," said the Shaggy Man.