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Adjective: daggy (daggier,daggiest)  da-gee
Usage: Austral, NZ, informal
  1. Unpopular and considered unappealing or unfashionable at the time
    - unfashionable, out of fashion
     
  2. Shabby and untidy
    "a surge of ragged daggy children";
    - scruffy, seedy
     
  3. Not in accord with or not following current fashion
    "daggy clothes";
    - unfashionable, unstylish

Derived forms: daggiest, daggier

See also: antique, dated, démodé, dowdy, ex, fogeyish, fogyish, frumpish, frumpy, moss-grown, mossy, old, old-fashioned, old-hat [informal], out, outmoded, passé, passée, prehistoric, rinky-dink [N. Amer, informal], stick-in-the-mud, stodgy, unpopular, vieux jeu, worn