(tr, adverb) to introduce or mention (a topic, name, etc) with slight or no pretext
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Related Words for drag ininsert, interject, add, infuse, implant, instill, introduce, stick, enter, include, embed, inject, imbed, impregnate, imbue, intrude, set, interlope, interpose, interpolate
Introduce unnecessarily or forcefully. For example, The defense tried to drag in every scrap of evidence, relevant or not. [Mid-1800s] Also see look like something the cat dragged in.
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