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drag

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drag

noun

Definition of DRAG

1
someone or something boring <that lecture was such a drag that half of the audience fell asleep>
Synonyms bore, drip, droner, dullsville, nudnik (also nudnick), snooze, snoozer, yawn, yawner
Related Words bummer, downer; bromide, pill
Near Antonyms blast, gas [slang], kick, rush, upper
4
the portion of a serving of a beverage that is swallowed at one time <took a deep drag of tequila before speaking his piece>
Related Words dram, drop
5
a person who spoils the pleasure of others <the teenager was mortified to be seen in public with such drags—her parents>
6
clothing chosen as appropriate for a specific situation <an undercover cop who sometimes works her beat in streetwalker drag>

February 27, 2015
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