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dragge

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dragge

  1. Obsolete spelling of drag.
    • 1594, Christopher Marlowe, Massacre at Paris[1]:
      Away with him, cut of his head and handes, And send them for a present to the Pope: And when this just revenge is finished, Unto mount Faucon will we dragge his coarse: And he that living hated so the crosse, Shall being dead, be hangd thereon in chaines.