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Spell check of drag

Correct spelling: drag

Synonyms:
quaff, captivate, expressway, spoilsport, dangle, tangle, entrapment, peeve, dilly-dally, embarrassment, pike, chain-smoke, burden, crimp, slug, inhibit, constipate, snarl, thread, coordinates, thoroughfare, stumbling block, walk, draggle, draw and quarter, puff of air, come, pull, gasp, imbibe, harrow, civvies, swing, espouse, impasse, road, soak up, frustration, seek out, anchor, accessory, engross, sling, reap, string, scraper, attract, entice, nudnik, pull out, block, shot, enchant, centrifugal force, complication, puff out, cross, click, chase, pull in, suck up, jam, magnetize, haul off, pluck at, absorbance, roadway, snoozer, nuisance, fast, span, draw in, comfort, resistance, annoyance, key, cripple, sop up, twist, entangle, squeeze, entrap, damper, hunt down, costume, absorb, row, pant, grinch, bother, nip, force, pulling, retarding force, trace, centripetal force, obstacle, getup, guide, chain, bar, freeway, enter, artery, double-click, plug, let, haul, beachwear, puff, calorific, vexation, pest, mire, route, balance, dragnet, drag in, impede, entanglement, snort, thwart, get, blow up, array, pick through, eviscerate, make, hamper, complicate, party pooper, frustrate, resist, deliver, clog, black, yawner, dullsville, predicament, bung, restraint, hamstring, irritant, trammel, calamity, oppose, manacle, take out, go after, drive, togs, habit, lure, tousle, tarry, disembowel, plod, charm, brake, drip, black tie, chase after, baggies, trouble, hassock, strain, balk, draft, combats, dress, probe, cart, bring, ottoman, powderpuff, push, congestion, embroil, whiff, draw, irritation, thruway, track, loiter, bore, highway, drag by, cold turkey, obstruction, dally, yawn, heave, slow, problem, net, cascade, trail, shoe, inhibition, procrastinate, hurdle, pouffe, avenue, choke, trudge, stoppage, interruption, escort, bottleneck, drag on, search, adopt, take in, constraint, cramp, mat, coerce, disadvantage, drag out, tow, curb, joke, restrict, blockage, suspend, grab, encumber, drag-and-drop, boulevard, dredge, creeping, dog, scavenge, tail, hang back, go through, ravel, search out, look for, conduct, interrupt, pressure, scuff, hinder, shackles, gulp, describe, air resistance, clout, paralyze, amplitude, opposition, depict, deter, counter, swig, hale, pass, interference, swill, withdraw, creep up on, baffle, huff, invite, blockade, quilt, get behind, sweep up, chuff, give chase, cessation, holdback, check, drop back, delineate, allure, drawback, get out, high road, droop, restriction, suction, catch, belt, handicap, input, induce, tear at, pull back, encumbrance, friction, backspace, snooze, stay, impedance, yank, foul, sail, hang, congest, carriageway, garb, look out for, tie, casuals, dawdle, traverse, deterrent, droner, lag, inch, sip, stop, barrier, take up, wrench, draw on, hindrance, constipation, puff up, capillary action, wet blanket, swing out, tag, guise, shepherd, crawl, bafflement, delay, impair, tug, nicotine gum, cast, train, dishevel, seduce, lead, embrace, snag, dam, menace, sweep, brush, sup, restrain, broom, shack, turnpike, light up, inconvenience, creep, comforter, attraction, blow, poke, bonding, knot, arterial, fetter, drop behind, obstruct, hover, constrain, linger, impediment, line, hang out, run, draw off, ashtray, street, detain, incline, quarter.

Antonyms:
gas, advantage, kick, carouser, impetus, edge, rush, celebrator, aid, alienate, goad, spur, repel, assistance, rejoicer, stimulus, incentive, blast, roisterer, stimulant, rake, catalyst, merrymaker, boost, handmaiden, reject, celebrant, repulse, reveler, benefit, live wire, upper, libertine, cutup, help, rebuff, jester, break, estrange.

Examples of usage:

1) My mother must have been very able through love to drag him free from them, even if they did pursue. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) If they drag me into court- there before all the world I will lie to them until I drop dead. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) I've tried three times to drag you inside, You didn't seem awake. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

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