Green’s Dictionary of Slang

raggy adj.

[rag v.1 (1b)]

irritated.

[UK]G. Swift Somerley 21: He was jolly raggy about us taking his old gee [OED].
[US]T. Wolfe Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (1969) 261: He conceived of it first as a disguise, so he could be there without the various courts being raggy and outraged.
[US]Eble Campus Sl. Oct. 9: raggy – irritable, in a bad mood.