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Sentence count:84Posted:2016-07-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: dragdrag outSimilar words: agonywagonantagonistdragdrag inhang onagoa good jobMeaning: v. 1. last unnecessarily long 2. proceed for an extended period of time. 
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1) How much longer is this going to drag on?
2) She took a long drag on her cigarette.
3) Frank took a drag on his cigarette.
4) There's no profit in letting meetings drag on.
5) Spending cuts will put a drag on growth.
6) That seems like a horrible mess that will drag on for years.
7) There's no telling how long the talks could drag on.
8) She loves her family, but they're a drag on her career.
9) He came to be seen as a drag on his own party's prospects.
10) I take another drag on the fag.
11) The drag on low-altitude spacecraft increases.
12) The litigation will probably drag on for years.
13) Then both took a drag on their cigarettes.
14) Presidential campaigns seem to drag on forever.
15) What to do when the school holidays drag on.
16) Brenda took a deep drag on the cigarette and went back to finish her talk.
17) They drag on from generation to generation and emigration to Britain makes very little difference.
18) Almost,[ on.html] because fund expenses act as a drag on the upside and as a slight accelerator on the downside.
19) He took a long drag on the cigarette and looked at his watch again.
20) It was a bureaucratic battle that was to drag on for more than five years.
21) But things could just as well drag on, with the army trying to turn the situation to its advantage.
22) Lawsuits about titles to land often drag on for years without settlement.
23) I hope it doesn't drag on! 29. Sheltered accommodation here is a little different.
24) She didn't want a husband who would be a drag on her career.
25) Any slowdown in the economy is going to be a drag on the President's re-election campaign.
26) Consultants are locked in a contract dispute with the Government that is likely to drag on until after the election.
27) Moreover, the excessive resort to public ownership is a drag on economic development.
28) Here Susskind Eikhl winked at Bella and took a drag on his cigarette.
29) To make matters worse, the deployment of only one thrust-reverser meant that there was a tremendous drag on the right engine.
30) An automobile collision happens in seconds, but if there is an injury, the litigation can drag on for years.
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