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drag

(drag),
1. The lower or cast side of a denture flask.
2. Any tendency for one moving thing to pull something else along with it.

drag

adjective Referring to a person who assumes both the dress and manners of a person of the opposite sex, typically in an exaggerated fashion (e.g., a drag show).

noun The dress and behaviour of a person of one sex when worn by a member of the opposite sex, typically in an exaggerated fashion; e.g., to be dressed in drag.

drag,

n tension between the stretch or pull of tissue and the tissue's resistance.

drag

(drag)
1. The lower or cast side of a denture flask.
2. Any tendency for one moving thing to pull something else along with it.

drag,

n the lower, or cast, side of a denture mold or flask, to which the cope is fitted. The base of the cast is embedded in plaster or stone, with the remainder of the denture pattern exposed to be engaged by the plaster or stone in the cope (the upper part of the flask).
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But the waters of the pond rose up suddenly, overflowed the bank where the couple stood, and dragged them under the flood.
Scarcely had the lion dragged the Arab down from one side, than the Belgian, seizing the pommel of the saddle and the horse's mane, leaped upon the horse's back from the other.
He found that he was imprisoned in a subterranean chamber amply large enough to have accommodated a dozen or more of the huge animals such as the one that had dragged him thither.
He dragged me to him, greatest of jeddaks, with his eyes
And after having mangled, and torn, and completely stripped the two brothers, the mob dragged their naked and bloody bodies to an extemporised gibbet, where amateur executioners hung them up by the feet.
A few inches at a time, resting in between, he dragged him over the ground and up a broken rubble of ice to the side of the boat.
His movements were slow, fumbling, and inaccurate, accompanied by panting and head-swimming, as he dragged himself into a sitting-up position in the stern, his rifle beside him.
Then the death song arose, and he knew his beloved missionary's body was being dragged to the oven as he heard the words:
With the obstinacy of his order, he protested against being dragged in a chosen direction.
During his sister's hasty manoeuvres, he was dragged by the arm.
Next he dragged a dying woman over on top of me, and, with much squeezing and shoving, crawled in beside me and partly over me.
By their legs, their arms, the hair upon their heads, they dragged the prisoners out.