Definition of bedraggled:
dilapidated, mangy, draggled, neglectful, ramshackle, scrubby, decaying, scruffy, tatty, ratty, unclean, damaged, dy, run-down, deserted, tattered, rundown, unsound, better, dingy, down-at-heel, sleazy, derelict, tatterdemalion, dirty, broken-down, faded, decrepit, abandoned, creaky, tumble-down, delinquent, threadbare, shoddy, tacky, all the worse for wear, woebegone, soiled, flea-bitten, shabby, remiss.
wet (part of speech: adjective)
And apart from the financial loss involved, there is a sense of bereavement in seeing all your choice Dorkings, your favourite Leghorns, your lovely Orpingtons, or your beautiful Silver Wyandottes all lying dead and bedraggled in the muddy cellar.- "Mushrooms on the Moor", Frank Boreham.
- "A Houseful of Girls", Sarah Tytler.
- "The Fugitive", Rabindranath Tagore.