draggy

[ drag-ee ]
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adjective,drag·gi·er, drag·gi·est.
  1. moving or developing very slowly.

  2. boring; dull.

Origin of draggy

1
First recorded in 1885–90; drag + -y1

Words Nearby draggy

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How to use draggy in a sentence

  • For all his slow, draggy ways he had pounds of pressure on the gauge.

  • From the north came the trail of two cavalry horses, shod alike, both at the lope, both draggy and weary.

    Foes in Ambush | Charles King
  • It just seemed an easy way out of everything—when I think of another useless, draggy year.

    This Side of Paradise | F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • The night was dark but not cold, and the roads were soft and draggy.

    The Deemster | Hall Caine
  • And say, there's nothin' draggy about Vee when she really goes over the top.

    The House of Torchy | Sewell Ford

British Dictionary definitions for draggy

draggy

/ (ˈdræɡɪ) /


adjective-gier or -giest slang
  1. slow or boring: a draggy party

  2. dull and listless

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