draggle draggle


  • (v) make wet and dirty, as from rain


  1. Suddenly he was surrounded by a draggle of highly painted professional ladies who obviously wanted more than his autograph.
  2. As most of the actors draggle through their paces, it is plain that Novac and friends could easily outwit the lot of them.
  3. Stockings and underpants will draggle down minus garters, stocking tops, elastic waist bands.
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untenable untenable
/ən ˈtɛ nə bəl /