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draggle (DRAG-uhl) verb tr.
To make dirty by dragging over ground, mud, dirt, etc.
1. To become dirty by being dragged.
2. To trail or follow.
[Frequentative of drag.]
"The point is highspeed murder; you're supposed to kill, kill, kill - with
an arsenal including, but not limited to, shotguns, chain saws, and your
very own rocket launcher. With any luck, you get to draggle into the next
round with just enough health left to read your score."
"Other hallmarks of the new nerd chic: dresses that look a little too big,
dresses that draggle a few inches under coat hems ..."
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