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Cas, an angel whose fourth-season arrival involved personally dragging Dean out of hell, had always been particularly fond of Dean.

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The place also hosts DJ dance parties, drag shows, and karaoke.

My idea of nirvana is to drag my knife through the pâté and jam so one informs the other.

One day, Mire says, she noticed several drag queens nearby, who cheered or nayed her changes.

The event combines drag and comedy into bingo, and funds raised directly benefit The Resource Center.

Sometimes, they had a backup aim if their main goal fell through as the night dragged on.

In other instances, naked detainees were hooded and dragged up and down corridors while subject to physical abuse.

They slapped and punched him, and when he fell, dragged him through the dirt.

In one case a detainee was dragged naked along the dirt floor.

We met on the third floor of a shabby building in Asadabad in an impossibly spare room that we dragged cushions into.

Foot by foot the Federals dragged themselves forward, slowly pressing the guerrillas back.

And she dragged a part of it across the floor, and threw it under the bed, Ramona standing by, stupefied.

One heavily-laden boat was dragged into the stream, and a few officers and men clambered on board.

I am really afraid to say how much of poor Margaret's fortune was dragged from her—how little of it still remained.

I put down my haid, and was just kinda dragged up the aisle and onto the platform.


On this page you'll find 876 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dragged, such as: crestfallen, despondent, discouraged, disheartened, dispirited, and gloomy.

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