Definition of drag in
: to bring in or inject especially into an argument irrelevantly or inappropriately the speaker's references to his political opponent were only dragged in out of spite a ballet that, for once, isn't dragged in, that is a perfectly legitimate part of the scene — Deems Taylor
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