to make wet and dirty by dragging in mud or water
Origin of dragglefrequentative of drag
- to be or become draggled; trail on the ground
- to lag behind; straggle
verbdrag·gled, drag·gling, drag·gles
To make wet and dirty by dragging on the ground.
- To become wet and muddy by being dragged.
- To follow slowly; straggle.
Origin of draggleProbably frequentative of drag.
(third-person singular simple present draggles, present participle draggling, simple past and past participle draggled)
drag + -le