overemotional, mucky, swampy, soggy, sloughy, haphazard, slapdash, boggy, muddy, quaggy, loose, sloppy, slipshod, marshy, loose-fitting, squashy, waterlogged, miry.
large (part of speech: adjective)
slack (part of speech: adjective)
He was about seventy years of age, wore a threadbare frock coat, baggy
trousers, disreputable shoes, and a battered silk hat of ancient, bell- shaped pattern.
- "The Desired Woman", Will N. Harben.
His clothes were all so loose, his trousers so baggy,
that he gave one the impression his limbs must be bone, and his body a skeleton.
- "The Trespasser", D.H. Lawrence.
His flesh hung loosely on his cheeks, while he was very baggy
around the eyes.
- ""The Pomp of Yesterday"", Joseph Hocking.