Sentence for drag | Use drag in a sentence

Drag sentence examples. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use drag in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for drag.

  • You drag me out of deep ditches. (10)
  • You drag me out of deep ditches. (22)
  • Weisspriess helped to drag her out. (10)
  • To be a drag on him would be dreadful. (8)
  • These drag the orator too near to the matter. (10)
  • She clapped her hands upon him to drag him away. (10)
  • Should he seize her hands, drag them down, and kiss her? (8)
  • Would the wicked river drag me down by the heels, indeed? (2)
  • I was beginning to think we should w have to drag the river. (8)
  • Was it in her power to drag Dahlia to the steps of the altar? (10)
  • Was it in her power to drag Dahlia to the steps of the altar? (22)
  • And is it my office or within my power to drag you to punishment? (12)
  • The drag of his lips betrayed his enlightenment insisted on doubting. (10)
  • Leap not, nor let leap the heart: Trot your track, and drag your cart. (10)
  • Her eyes seemed to dart into his soul, and try to drag something from it. (8)
  • There are things one does not drag up into the light for people to laugh at. (8)
  • She could not drag him to the word, or a hint of it necessary to her subject. (10)
  • She was, however, harnessed to a different kind of vehicle, and had to drag it. (10)
  • He stood a moment, before ringing, to lose the feeling of drag and fluttering there. (8)
  • In what age have not the arts of a courtesan served to drag nations into slaughter? (12)
  • Some one tried to drag him down by the coat-tails, but he shook him off, and went on. (8)
  • One had enough of life left in him to make a pitiful attempt to drag himself to cover. (1)
  • You go against my will; you offend me, sir; you drag my name and blood into the mire. (10)
  • She thought it over, and felt a slight drag of compassion for the reluctant bridegroom. (10)
  • If she had even an outside chance, she would trail her pride, drag it through the mud, through thorns! (8)
  • What chance of making her understand the marsh of mud and tangled weeds he must drag through to reach her. (8)
  • He would put an end to that sort of thing once and for all; he would not have her drag his name in the dirt! (8)
  • Your own people, your set, your class, are a drag to you, like inherited superstitions to the wakening brain. (10)
  • Ruth had to drag me along by force, or I would have rushed back right into the fire, so terrible was my shame. (12)
  • Sometimes, he would come up when Gyp was there, and after watching her a little in silence, almost drag her away. (8)
  • And he would feel a little shorter, and drag his feet walking up the hill home, with his hand clapped to his left side. (8)
  • To have that common cad of a pettifogging lawyer drag him down and kick him about; tumble a name which had stood high, in the dust! (8)
  • This breathing, living creature, warm and affectionate, prevented him from yielding to a grief that threatened to drag him into unknown depths. (12)
  • She must, and without further hesitation, be steeped, that he might drag her out, washed of the imputed defilement, and radiant, as she was in character. (10)

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