drag

Part of speech: verb

To pull along by main force; haul.

Part of speech: verb

To search by draging, as for a dead body; search carefully.

Part of speech: verb

To move slowly or heavily.

Part of speech: verb

To dredge.

Part of speech: noun

The act of dragging, or that which drags or is dragged; a clog; impediment; brake.

Part of speech: noun

A long, high, four wheeled carriage.

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Usage examples "drag":

  1. " Drag him back and tuck him away with the guards," Stan ordered. - "A Yankee Flier in Italy", Rutherford G. Montgomery.
  2. Oh dear, why will you drag all this out of me? - "The Rebel of the School", Mrs. L. T. Meade.
  3. Life's a short drag; it's hardly worth beginning. - "Penny Plain", Anna Buchan (writing as O. Douglas).