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Spell check of dragging

Correct spelling: dragging

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.

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..