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Synonyms for drag

go slowly

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drag something in

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drag yourself

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Synonyms for drag

to exert force so as to move (something) toward the source of the force

to hang or cause to hang down and be pulled along behind

to advance slowly

to go or move slowly so that progress is hindered

the act of drawing or pulling a load

an inhalation, as of a cigar, pipe, or cigarette

Synonyms for drag

the phenomenon of resistance to motion through a fluid

something that slows or delays progress

something tedious and boring

clothing that is conventionally worn by the opposite sex (especially women's clothing when worn by a man)

a slow inhalation (as of tobacco smoke)

the act of dragging (pulling with force)

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draw slowly or heavily

force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action

move slowly and as if with great effort

suck in or take (air)

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use a computer mouse to move icons on the screen and select commands from a menu

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walk without lifting the feet

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search (as the bottom of a body of water) for something valuable or lost

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persuade to come away from something attractive or interesting

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proceed for an extended period of time

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References in classic literature ?
He also provided himself with three thoroughly tested iron anchors, and a light but strong silk ladder fifty feet in length.
Here is shelter for one at least, John Carter," he said, and, glancing down, I saw an opening in the base of the tree about three feet in diameter.
The tree was hollow to an extent of about fifty feet in diameter, and from its flat, hard floor I judged that it had often been used to domicile others before our occupancy.
One must have from one hundred and fifty to five hundred feet of strong rope, to be used in lowering the party down steep declivities which are too steep and smooth to be traversed in any other way.
Whymper once had on the Matterhorn when he was prowling around alone, five thousand feet above the town of Breil.
Mowgli made an easy way for himself up a convenient tree, knotted three or four creepers together, and in less time than it takes to tell was swinging in a hammock fifty feet above ground.
This is as clear as summer lightning," Mowgli answered; and they fell into the quick, choppy trail-trot in and out through the checkers of the moonlight, following the marks of those two bare feet.
The man himself, for such I may call him, was fully fifteen feet in height and, on Earth, would have weighed some four hundred pounds.
It towered ten feet at the shoulder; had four legs on either side; a broad flat tail, larger at the tip than at the root, and which it held straight out behind while running; a gaping mouth which split its head from its snout to its long, massive neck.
And now tell me, is not this a line of two feet and that of four?
SOCRATES: Then the line which forms the side of eight feet ought to be more than this line of two feet, and less than the other of four feet?
Precisely, Ned: so that at 32 feet beneath the surface of the sea you would undergo a pressure of 97,500 lb.
And Karen could not help dancing a step or two, and when she began her feet continued to dance; it was just as though the shoes had power over them.
Then she was terrified, and wanted to fling off the red shoes, but they clung fast; and she pulled down her stockings, but the shoes seemed to have grown to her feet.
It is enclosed by a wall of two feet high, and twenty feet distance from the buildings.