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Noun
A boring or tiresome person or thing
“His new album is not musically operatic - his songs are tediously boring, like a drag out of hell.”
Noun
The action of pulling something forcefully or with difficulty
“A downhill frozen start continued to a long uphill drag through a muddy wooded section before turning into the wind, past the start for a second lap.”
Noun
A passage cleared for public vehicular travel
“… the main drag in town.”
Noun
The portion of a serving of a beverage that is swallowed at one time
“… took a deep drag of tequila before speaking his piece.”
Noun
Clothing chosen as appropriate for a specific situation
“… they attended the Renaissance fair in medieval drag.”
Noun
Noun
A person who spoils the pleasure of others
Verb
To cause to follow by applying steady force on
“First I was chilled, then hot, then so weak I could barely pull myself out to drag our boat over sand shallows.”
Verb
To move or act slowly
“Other people might know more than the tender about Meyin, and he planned to ask around, but he knew that the next nine and a half hours would drag by excruciatingly slowly.”
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