Pronunciation of Drag
/d_ɹ_ˈa_ɡ/, /dɹˈaɡ/, /dɹˈaɡ/
Antonyms for drag:
break, advance, help, gallop, finish, handmaiden, celebrator, quicken, go, joy, expedite, rake, rebuff, spur, remain, ram, Rejoicer, hurtle, scurry, reject, complete, repulse, estrange, cannonball, edge, fly, advantage, career, cutup, hasten, rocket, facilitate, reveler, speed, happiness, rustle, sprint, libertine, carouser, roisterer, push, kick, pleasure, comfort, aid, blast, merrymaker, gas, boost, stimulus, assistance, jester, benefit, accelerate, celebrant, scoot, good health, incentive, turn off, alienate, hare, catalyst, leave, stimulant, bolt, scuttle, careen, upper, delight, goad, live wire, jog, run, rush, hurry, impetus, repel.
Usage examples for drag:
- And so spring drew to a close as I lingered in Selborne, for I could not drag myself away. - "England of My Heart--Spring", Edward Hutton.
- " You see that it was well worth while for me to drag you up to bear witness against him! - "Invisible Links", Selma Lagerlof.
- " You may find him a drag, but that's your affair," said Clarke in a tone of indifference. - "Blake's Burden", Harold Bindloss.