• (adj): Passing painfully or tediously slowly.
    Example: "The dragging minutes"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on dragging:

Dragging Down The Enforcer
... Dragging Down the Enforcer is the name of the debut album by Outlaw Order, a side-project of the pioneering American sludge metal outfit, Eyehategod ... Between the release of Legalize Crime and Dragging Down the Enforcer, bassist Justin Grisoli left the band, hence bass parts on the album were recorded ...
Bovine Sports - Cantabrian Bovine Dragging
... The concurso de arrastre (Spanish for "dragging test") is a pulling game where oxen or cows drag a weight ... for "oxen pulling"), arrastre de narras, arrastre de basnas ("sleigh dragging"), arrastre de piedra ("stone dragging") or simply arrastre ("dragging") ...
Drag And Drop - Examples
... A common example is dragging an icon on a virtual desktop to a special trashcan icon to delete a file ... Further examples include Dragging a data file onto a program icon or window for viewing or processing ... widgets in a graphical user interface to customize their layout, Dragging an attribute onto an object to which the command is to be applied, e.g ...
Chickamauga Wars (1776–1794) - Second Migration and Expansion - The Five Lower Towns
... at the current Whiteside in Marion County, Tennessee, where Dragging Canoe made his headquarters Nickajack (Ani-Kusati-yi, or Koasati place), eight ... Because this was a move into the outskirts of Muscogee territory, Dragging Canoe, knowing such a move might be necessary, had previously sent a delegation under Little Owl to meet ... Turtle-at-Home (Selukuki Woheli), another of Dragging Canoe's brothers, along with some seventy warriors, headed north to live and fight with the Shawnee ...
Chickamauga Wars (1776–1794) - After The Revolution
... Eventually, Dragging Canoe realized the only solution for the various Indian nations to maintain their independence was to unite in an alliance against the Americans ... In January 1783, Dragging Canoe travelled to St ... Following that treaty, Dragging Canoe turned to the Spanish (who still claimed all the territory south of the Cumberland and were now working against the Americans) for support, trading primarily through Pensacola and ...

More definitions of "dragging":

  • (adj): Marked by a painfully slow and effortful manner.
    Example: "It was a strange dragging approach"; "years of dragging war"

Famous quotes containing the word dragging:

    I saw the strange position of his hands
    Up at his shoulders, dragging yellow strands
    Of wire with something in it from men to men.
    “You here?” I said. “Where aren’t you nowadays?...”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    When I had reached my term, I looked like a rat dragging a stolen egg.
    Colette [Sidonie Gabrielle Colette] (1873–1954)

    Her man falling asleep,
    limp from dragging a plow sunk in mud,
    the slattern curses the rains,
    her pleasures unfinished.
    Hla Stavhana (c. 50 A.D.)