drag[ drag ]SEE DEFINITION OF drag
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRAG
We can only crawl along, having to walk and lead the horses, or at least drag them.
But he would dash out after her, seize her round the body, drag her back into the shop.
I caught him by the collar, too; and had to drag him in very much in the way I had done with Lewis.
Nothing would do, but to go up into his lair, and drag him out.
It is a pity to drag these poor chaps about from one ambulance to another.
Pardon, Monseigneur; he swung by the chain of the shoe—the drag.
No, you will fall beneath an explosion of hisses, and drag all of us down with you.
He clung on for a moment, long enough to drag the god over backward.
Yet he knew that it was not permitted him to pursue and drag them down.
We were defeated, and I am more than ever afraid that Tschauna will attempt to drag me off.