Definition of slow drag
: a popular dance in slow tempo originating in New Orleans in the late 19th century; also : the ragtime music for such a dance The slow drag was mentioned throughout the ragtime period, but never in significant numbers. — Edward A. Berlin, Ragtime, 1980
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