Definition of dragrope
: a rope with which something is dragged or that drags from a thing: such as a : a rope with a short chain and a hook that is attached to an artillery carriage and used in emergencies in dragging it or locking its wheels b : a rope dropped from an aerostat for use as a variable ballast, as a brake, or as a mooring line
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