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Definition of drag

drag

noun

  • a person's story: what they would have you believe. Usually a lie or fabrication, but not always. See also run drag .
    Don't believe her drag.
    That guy's drag is to much to believe.

    Last edited on Feb 22 2013. Submitted by BuziDebBee from Santee, CA, USA on Dec 30 2002.

  • women's clothing, when worn by men.
    I'm going out in drag tonight.

    Last edited on Aug 30 2003. Submitted by Morgan D. from Seattle, WA, USA on Aug 30 2003.

  • someone or something tiresome.
    That girl is such a drag.
    That family reunion was a real drag.
    It's all such a drag!

    Last edited on Apr 13 2013. Submitted by Adriana C. from Guayaquil, Ecuador on Nov 21 2007.

  • someone or something depressing.
    That movie is a real drag.
    What a drag.

    Last edited on Apr 24 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 04 2009.

  • an inhalation taken while smoking something.
    Could I get another drag of that?

    Last edited on Mar 26 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Mar 26 2011.

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Other terms relating to 'bad, poor, sucks, common, generally displeasing':

Definitions include: fake.
Definitions include: an exclamation of disgust.
Definitions include: the worst.
Definitions include: bad, stupid, ugly, etc.
Definitions include: Most uses of "shit" also work with "crap", except where noted below.
Definitions include: easy or unchallenging.
Definitions include: a gathering with many more males than females.
Definitions include: displeasing; "uncool".
Definitions include: appearing tired, run down, "beat," etc.
Definitions include: an item of poor quality.
Definitions include: of poor quality; "cheap".
Definitions include: Also freaking; fricking.
Definitions include: the noun senses of "crap" are mostly a subset of the uses of "shit."
Definitions include: a general insult.
Definitions include: really bad, disgusting.

Other terms relating to 'boring':

Definitions include: a person that kills fun or humor.
Definitions include: boring, dull, uninspired.
Definitions include: something boring.
Definitions include: boring.
Definitions include: something boring.
Definitions include: a boring, humorless person; "wet blanket".
Definitions include: "bored".
Definitions include: to consume or use up.
Definitions include: extremely bored.
Definitions include: a cigarette.
Definitions include: outdated, tacky.
Definitions include: to not leave a gratuity.
Definitions include: lacking excitement or people; "boring".
Definitions include: extremely boring.
Definitions include: overly formal; "boring".

Other terms relating to 'nonsense, lies':

Definitions include: spelling variant of malarkey.
Definitions include: nonsense.
Definitions include: "full of nonsense."
Definitions include: nonsense.
Definitions include: to anger.
Definitions include: a lot of talk; "babble".
Definitions include: censored version of "bullshit".
Definitions include: off-brand.
Definitions include: nonsense; something absurd.
Definitions include: nonsense.
Definitions include: nonsense
Definitions include: a period of time.
Definitions include: nonsense, foolishness.
Definitions include: See bullshit.
Definitions include: acronym for "full of shit".

Other terms relating to 'to be sad, disappointed':

Definitions include: the dumps, down, blue, sad.
Definitions include: "Bollocks" is also the present tense and plural form of bollock.
Definitions include: male genitalia.
Definitions include: good; excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: expression of dismay; "bummer".
Definitions include: to feel sad, hurt, low.
Definitions include: very inebriated.
Definitions include: feeling sad or depressed.
Definitions include: exclamation of unhappiness.
Definitions include: depressed.
Definitions include: offended, upset, or angry, usually by a small slight or a friendly insult.
Definitions include: a sad person.
Definitions include: feelings such as sadness, longing, loss, melancholy.
Definitions include: to severely beat up or injure.
Definitions include: phrase acknowledging or expressing sadness.

Other terms relating to 'women's clothing':

Definitions include: dress-like sleepwear for women.

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Other terms relating to 'drag':

Definitions include: to move slowly.
Definitions include: a lesbian in male clothing.
Definitions include: to move or to go.
Definitions include: to be slow.
Definitions include: to be exhausted.
Definitions include: a (usually homosexual) male dressed in women's clothing.
Definitions include: to tarnish a person's reputation.
Definitions include: a snowboarder.
Definitions include: resembling a primate.
Definitions include: the main street in a town.
Definitions include: the last drag on a cigarette.
Definitions include: to tell one's story: what they would have other people believe.
Definitions include: so furiously angry about something or at someone that you will crash through anything that gets in your way; having a dishes throwing, furniture tossing temper tantrum; going on a rampage.

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