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  • n. Plural form of drag.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of drag.

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Examples

  • My voice is low, unrecognizable, and the word drags out of me as I collapse to the linoleum floor, “Noooooooo!”

    THE EXILE OF GIGI LANE

  • In one corner Gareth Southgate is talking tactics with a group of girls, two of whom take turns taking drags from the same cigarette as they nod their acknowledgement of his message.

    Wigan's Roberto Martínez feels more English than Spanish

  • With a serious strategy for both the banks and the mortgage mess, we could remove two of the main drags on the economy.

    Robert Kuttner: Obama Calls the Question on Geithner

  • As a long hot term drags itself to an end, we need to trouble schools with a little light housekeeping.

    Crib sheet 20.07.10

  • Dee, McCain drags Lieberman around so he can keep McCain out of trouble when he 'forgets' or 'misspeaks'.

    Lieberman: Obama not willing to 'stand up to the left wing'

  • The bit that drags is a bit in which Lissar is completely isolated, so nothing much is happening except what she is thinking, or rather, trying not to think.

    Deerskin by Robin McKinley

  • In moving from the lunch room tables and hallways and small-group IM chats to Facebook, many kids have moved from cul-de-sacs to main drags without realizing it.

    Scripting News for 9/8/2006 « Scripting News Annex

  • We lived outside the main drags in NYC, too, in order to get a large apt.

    border crossing

  • Somehow between back roads, main drags and intertate 85 I ended up at the Shoneys on Little Rock Rd.

    All we need is Blog?

  • Don't the simpletons know that blinders are the cause of – well, I wouldn't like to say how many of our accidents, Joe, for fear you'd think me extravagant. and the check-rein drags up a horse's head out of its fine natural curve and presses sinews, bones, and joints together, till the horse is well-nigh mad.

    Beautiful Joe: An Autobiography

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