draggle

play
verb drag·gle \ ˈdra-gəl \

Definition of draggle

draggled; draggling play \-g(ə-)liŋ\
transitive verb
:to make wet and dirty by dragging
intransitive verb
1 :to trail on the ground

Origin and Etymology of draggle

frequentative of drag


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