ragged (adj.) 3
rough-hewn, dilapidated, rugged
2H4 I.Induction.35 [Rumour alone, of Northumberland's castle] this worm-eaten hold of ragged stone
E3 I.ii.157 [Countess to King Edward] These ragged walls no testimony are / What is within
R2 V.v.21 [Richard alone] my ragged prison walls
R3 IV.i.101 [Queen Elizabeth as if to the Tower] Rude ragged nurse ... use my babies well!
TG I.ii.121 [Julia alone] a ragged, fearful, hanging rock