Definitions of Dragged

  1. of Drag

Usage examples for Dragged

  1. Into this we dragged him. – On the Banks of the Amazon by W.H.G. Kingston
  2. Why should I be dragged into this kind of thing? – Master Olof A Drama in Five Acts by August Strindberg
  3. Glory Goldie seized her mother by the arm and dragged her over to the boat, where a man lifted her on board. – The Emperor of Portugallia by Selma Lagerlof
  4. Dr. Maltby dragged on. – The Hollow of Her Hand by George Barr McCutcheon
  5. And he caught at reins, dragged them from the other's hand before he could resist. – Ride Proud, Rebel! by Andre Alice Norton
  6. He had been dragged outside after he was dead or when he was dying. – Witness For The Defence by A.E.W. Mason
  7. Marjeel began reading from a prepared speech that dragged on for a good twenty minutes. – An Encounter in Atlanta by Ed Howdershelt
  8. And perhaps there was nothing to be dragged. – It Happened in Egypt by C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson
  9. He dragged the body off the bed, pulled it over, and in another minute had the bag in his hand. – The Second String by Nat Gould
  10. The day dragged its slow length. – Judith of the Cumberlands by Alice MacGowan
  11. And when they were gone the whole story was dragged from Opal. – The Brightener by C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson
  12. Wearily I dragged myself out of bed. – Land of the Burnt Thigh by Edith Eudora Kohl
  13. Many minutes dragged and the man did not move. – The Coming of the Law by Charles Alden Seltzer
  14. " You, sir," she said to him, " you have been dragged into this, I know not why." – The Lion's Skin by Rafael Sabatini
  15. They managed, however, to lift them to the engine room and then Don easily dragged them over to the door. – Five Little Starrs in the Canadian Forest by Lillian Elizabeth Roy Elizabeth Colborne
  16. Yes; he dragged it from me by his sharp and cruel questioning. – Amos Huntingdon by T.P. Wilson
  17. She seized her husband's arm, dragged him away, and out of the house; but the Baron was so broken down, that she was obliged to call a coach to take him to the Rue Plumet, where he went to bed. – Cousin Betty by Honore de Balzac
  18. He was far too excited to sleep, and the hours dragged slowly on. – A Very Naughty Girl by L. T. Meade