draggy

adjective
drag·​gy | \ˈdra-gē \
draggier; draggiest

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And really, what could be draggier than historical fiction?! John Paul Brammer, Teen Vogue, "Sasha Velour Gives an Intimate Look at the Making of "Pirate Jenny" and Talks Pushing Drag Into New Directions," 4 May 2018 While the production has its imperfections, including some draggy moments in the first act and some less than full-throated voices, directors Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld maintain a sense of sincerity that grounds all the fantastical elements here. Karen D'souza, The Mercury News, "Review: How magical is ‘Into the Woods’ in San Francisco?," 9 Mar. 2017

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15th century, in the meaning defined above

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