"drag" Definition

  1. a cart of any kind, term generally used to denote any particularly well-appointed turnout, drawn by a pair or four horses, especially at race meetings.
  2. feminine attire worn by men. A recent notorious impersonation case led to the publication of the word in that sense.
  3. a street, or road; BACK-DRAG, back street.
  4. or THREE MOON, three months in prison.
  5. THE, a favourite pursuit with fast-hunting sets; as, THE DRAG can be trailed over very stiff country.

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Position in the dictionary: 1064 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: dragging, dragging time, draggletail, drain, draw, draw off, draw the long bow, draw-boy, drawers, drawing teeth
Previous words in the dictionary: draft on aldgate pump, drab, doxy, dowsers, dowry, downy, downs, downer, down to the ground, down the road

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