dragging en Vietnamita
She looked as though she had just dragged herself out of bed.
Scrooge then remembered to have heard that in haunted houses, ghosts were always described as dragging chains behind them.
If he went to the Comédie-Française, he was almost dragged there by his master.
She dragged from a corner – where it was tied up – a young reindeer who had a collar of well polished copper.
Passepartout had seized his master by the collar, and was dragging him along with an irresistible force.
Then she began to drag him, in her childish eagerness, towards the door; and he accompanied her without regret.
"I am not such a fool!" exclaimed the dwarf. "Don’t you see it is that damn fish that wants to drag me into it?"
He dragged it aside and entered a long low room which looked as if it had once been a third-rate dancing-saloon.
He went in quietly, locking the door behind him, as was his custom, and dragged the purple hanging from the portrait.
In a few moments they emerged, dragging a body after them into the sunlight.
marked by a painfully slow and effortful manner: effortful