Definition of draggy in English:


adjectivedraggier, draggiest

  • Dreary and lacking liveliness.

    ‘a long, draggy, boring Friday afternoon’
    • ‘This one should just plunge right into the action, hopefully avoiding too much of the draggy set-up that slowed down the other film’
    • ‘I'm pleasantly surprised, I guess, because some reviews had slated it for being slow and draggy.’
    • ‘I'm kinda tired because the story is getting very draggy and slow.’
    • ‘But it's also draggy and slow, the product of toil and perfectionism over spontaneity and enthusiasm that seems to insinuate more than it actually says.’
    • ‘I didn't like the way he bent down to peer at us, then went on about how he'd already bought cards from other ‘girls’ (said in draggy breathy manner).’
    • ‘It's actually quite the opposite - it's such a draggy story (another one of those ‘epiphany kind’) - so if you wish to not read, then please yourself.’
    • ‘Wearing a big red flower in her hair and a giant rectangle of red chiffon, she sings a draggy song, one of those meandering, tuneless R&B songs so many of the contestants do.’
    • ‘It could have been a little better with some scenes edited for length as it gets a bit draggy in parts and the script's comedy could have been a little sharper but overall I'd recommend it.’
    • ‘Aside from the visual zimzam of twitchy cuts and soft-focus art-film tricks, it gets draggy while you wait for the wonder twins to figure out where they should look.’
    • ‘R. didn't fall asleep until after 6 a.m. and so is understandably draggy.’
    • ‘Nothing too brilliant and it did have a few draggy moments, but I heard at least a few laughs from the audience and I felt pretty good about doing it.’
    • ‘It's also been harshly judged for its music, especially given the numbers that pop out of nowhere and don't always advance the draggy storyline.’
    • ‘A little draggy for the first 45 minutes or so, but then it got pretty exciting.’
    • ‘Another way to cope with draggy days when everything seems uninteresting is to make a special effort.’
    • ‘‘Caaaaaaaaaaaaaaake,’ He said in a draggy voice, but then he popped back to his happy smile and handed her small wrapped box, ‘Ok, open mine!’’
    • ‘I can assure you that it won't be draggy, so don't worry!’
    • ‘By using food to fix our draggy moods and low energy, we're letting our emotions rule our bodies, and we're getting fatter in the bargain.’
    • ‘I guess they had a right to be feeling draggy and exhausted.’
    • ‘The voice was draggy, like a damaged cassette tape; the computer was using most of its power fighting his program.’
    • ‘I can relate to the reader who had been feeling tired and draggy for months with little help from her doctor.’
    boring, monotonous, dull, deadly dull, uninteresting, unexciting, unvaried, unvarying, lacking variety, mind-numbing, mindless, soul-destroying, soulless, humdrum, dreary, ho-hum, mundane, wearisome, wearying, tiresome, soporific, dry, as dry as dust, arid, lifeless, colourless, monochrome, uninspired, uninspiring, flat, plodding, slow, banal, vapid, insipid, bland, lacklustre, prosaic, run-of-the-mill, pedestrian, jejune, leaden, heavy