ragged (adj.) 1
rough, harsh
2H4 I.i.151 [Northumberland to Morton] approach / The ragged'st hour that time and spite dare bring / To frown upon th'enraged Northumberland!
AYL II.v.14 [Amiens to Jacques] My voice is ragged [or: hoarse]
Sonn 6.1 [] Then let not winter's ragged hand deface / In thee thy summer ere thou be distilled
Tit II.iii.230 [Martius to Quintus, of Bassianus' ring shining] And shows the ragged entrails of this pit