When there was a slack time there was always dirt to drag up the steep slopes.
We had to take Bouncer out of the traces and drag up the sleigh ourselves.
And there stood the two women, hauling at the little fjord seal, which they could not manage to drag up from the shore.
There are things one does not drag up into the light for people to laugh at.
She will drag up the heathen world; she will drag down Satan.
Is it quite fair, George, to drag up what was said this morning?
When Michael perceived Nurse's tears he tried hard to drag up from the depths of his nature a dutiful sentimentality.
She did not speak; her only movement was to drag up the coverlet of the bed and hold it against the base of her throat.
Scores of smart traps followed the drag up to the club steps, and the party stopped a moment to view the brilliant scene.
Hither did I drag up a tea-basket and a heavy rug for Emily's mother, while Emily and a little friend went on in front.