draggy
adjective (draggier; -est) Date: 15th century sluggish, dull

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  • draggy — [drag′ē] adj. draggier, draggiest that drags; slow moving, lethargic, dull, boring, etc …   English World dictionary

  • draggy — adj tedious, slow or depressing. Deriving from the second sense of drag, the word is now rather dated. In the 1960s and 1970s it was more popular in Britain than in the USA. It was a totally draggy scene …   Contemporary slang

  • draggy — /drag ee/, adj., draggier, draggiest. 1. moving or developing very slowly. 2. boring; dull. [1885 90; DRAG + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • draggy — adjective a) boring; dull. b) moving or developing very slowly …   Wiktionary

  • draggy — adj. sluggish, dull, slow moving …   English contemporary dictionary

  • draggy — adjective (draggier, draggiest) informal dreary; tedious …   English new terms dictionary

  • draggy — adjective informal boring or unpleasant …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • draggy — drag·gy …   English syllables

  • draggy — drag•gy [[t]ˈdræg i[/t]] adj. gi•er, gi•est 1) cvb tending to drag; lethargic; sluggish 2) cvb boring; dull • Etymology: 1885–90 …   From formal English to slang

  • draggy — adj. (draggier, draggiest) colloq. 1 tedious. 2 unpleasant …   Useful english dictionary

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