Showing signs of wear and tear or neglect
past cure (or hope)
gone to pot (or seed)
all the worse for wear
l There is no need to express in words the total euphoria, not only I felt, but everyone involved experienced when a bedraggled waif stumbled on a pack of boy scouts searching for her grave.
The people were as bedraggled as any of the barbaric clans around Tiyan.
On warm summer days, the kids would get out the shampoo and hosepipe and he'd soon be a very bedraggled doggie indeed.
Sherlock Holmes was seated in his favorite armchair, across from Munro who sat somewhat bedraggled on the edge of the sofa.
A male White Wagtail was in the carpark and a rather bedraggled male Wheatear was on the short turf near the beach.