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  • v  make wet and dirty, as from rain

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

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