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Spell check of dragging

Correct spelling: dragging

Synonyms:
braking, countering, slowing, obstructing, entrapping, dilatory, unhurried, enchanting, pulling, fouling, hindering, crimping, lengthy, retarding, excite, charming, constraining, miring, delaying, checking, dawdling, tardy, curbing, bunging, grabbing, crawling, languid, damming, seducing, creeping, dillydallying, fettering, bottlenecking, hamstringing, dull, plugging, burdening, tugging, snarling, engrossing, staying, long, lingering, blocking, snail-paced, poky, tangling, protracted, prolonged, captivating, drawing, effortful, detaining, hauling, handicapping, opposing, magnetizing, slowpoke, interrupting, frustrating, snagging, baffling, attracting, towing, drawn-out, catching, clogging, impeding, restricting, choking, resisting, enticing, encumbering, plodding, inviting, sluggish, lethargic, crippling, complicating, stopping, barring, yanking, snaillike, long-drawn-out, slow, thwarting, paralyzing, phlegmatic, deterring, leisurely, poking, luring, entangling, inhibiting, trudging, hampering, dallying, cramping, constipating, laggard, lagging, loitering, alluring, congesting, jerking, overlong, restraining, impairing, jamming, boring.

Antonyms:
fast, swift, flying, quick, hastened, effortless, quickened, meteoric, accelerated, hurrying, barreling, speedy, careering, zipping, brisk, hasty, scooting, bolting, racing, scudding, breathless, ready, running, prompt, fleet, rapid, breakneck, whirlwind, hurried, whisking, expeditious, snappy, speeding, rocketing, rushing, dizzy, whirling, scurrying, rushed, lightning.

Examples of usage:

1) " Well," he said gravely, " since you have suggested it, perhaps I better had, though it means the dragging in of questions we've talked over quite often already. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

2) Deirdre went on, her voice dragging as if she could scarcely put into words the pain and trouble of her mind. - "The Pioneers", Katharine Susannah Prichard.

3) In a wavering mist he saw the black figures emerge from the gate, dragging a dozen or more captives with them. - "The Instant of Now", Irving E. Cox, Jr..

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