Etymology
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draggle (v.)

"to wet or befoul a garment by allowing it to drag along damp ground or mud," 1510s, frequentative of drag (v.); also see -el (3). This led to draggle-tail "sloppy woman, woman whose skirts are wet and draggled" (1590s). Related: Draggled; draggling.

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Definitions of draggle

draggle (v.)
make wet and dirty, as from rain;
Synonyms: bedraggle
From wordnet.princeton.edu