draggle


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drag·gle

 (drăg′əl)
v. drag·gled, drag·gling, drag·gles
v.tr.
To make wet and dirty by dragging on the ground.
v.intr.
1. To become wet and muddy by being dragged.
2. To follow slowly; straggle.

[ Probably frequentative of drag.]

draggle

(ˈdræɡəl)
vb
1. to make or become wet or dirty by trailing on the ground; bedraggle
2. (intr) to lag; dawdle
[C16: probably frequentative of drag]

drag•gle

(ˈdræg əl)

v. -gled, -gling. v.t.
1. to soil by dragging through water or mud.
v.i.
2. to trail on the ground.
3. to straggle.
[1490–1500; drag + -le]

draggle


Past participle: draggled
Gerund: draggling

Imperative
draggle
draggle
Present
I draggle
you draggle
he/she/it draggles
we draggle
you draggle
they draggle
Preterite
I draggled
you draggled
he/she/it draggled
we draggled
you draggled
they draggled
Present Continuous
I am draggling
you are draggling
he/she/it is draggling
we are draggling
you are draggling
they are draggling
Present Perfect
I have draggled
you have draggled
he/she/it has draggled
we have draggled
you have draggled
they have draggled
Past Continuous
I was draggling
you were draggling
he/she/it was draggling
we were draggling
you were draggling
they were draggling
Past Perfect
I had draggled
you had draggled
he/she/it had draggled
we had draggled
you had draggled
they had draggled
Future
I will draggle
you will draggle
he/she/it will draggle
we will draggle
you will draggle
they will draggle
Future Perfect
I will have draggled
you will have draggled
he/she/it will have draggled
we will have draggled
you will have draggled
they will have draggled
Future Continuous
I will be draggling
you will be draggling
he/she/it will be draggling
we will be draggling
you will be draggling
they will be draggling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been draggling
you have been draggling
he/she/it has been draggling
we have been draggling
you have been draggling
they have been draggling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been draggling
you will have been draggling
he/she/it will have been draggling
we will have been draggling
you will have been draggling
they will have been draggling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been draggling
you had been draggling
he/she/it had been draggling
we had been draggling
you had been draggling
they had been draggling
Conditional
I would draggle
you would draggle
he/she/it would draggle
we would draggle
you would draggle
they would draggle
Past Conditional
I would have draggled
you would have draggled
he/she/it would have draggled
we would have draggled
you would have draggled
they would have draggled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.draggle - make wet and dirty, as from raindraggle - make wet and dirty, as from rain  
souse, soak, sop, dowse, drench, douse - cover with liquid; pour liquid onto; "souse water on his hot face"

draggle

verb
To hang or cause to hang down and be pulled along behind:
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