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Dragger

noun
1.
Someone who pulls or tugs or drags in an effort to move something.  Synonyms: puller, tugger.
2.
A fishing boat that uses a trawl net or dragnet to catch fish.  Synonym: trawler.






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"Dragger" Quotes from Famous Books



... for he was always letting himself be seen by holy men, who generally had a sharp eye for devils. One Latin rhyme distinguishes carefully between the contents of his sack: 'These are they who wickedly corrupt the holy psalms: the dangler, the gasper, the leaper, the galloper, the dragger, the mumbler, the fore-skipper, the fore-runner and the over-leaper: Tittivillus collecteth the fragments of these men's words.'[10] Indeed, a holy Cistercian abbot once interviewed the poor little devil himself and heard about his alarming industry; ...
— Medieval People • Eileen Edna Power



Words linked to "Dragger" :   fishing vessel, worker, drag, fishing smack, fishing boat



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