n.— «Dragback. A man or woman who has been brought back to a house in Dewey for some lovin.” For people who live in houses with 20 other part-time renters, privacy is not always there. So waking up to your roommates ragging on the beauty (or lack thereof) of your dragback is common. And at these houses, guests who crash at the house normally have to pay a fee. Dragbacks usually don’t have to pay, since they’re a very special guest. Wink wink, nudge nudge.» —“Beach speak: A glossary for dating, drinking” by Ryan Cormier in Dewey Beach News Journal (Wilmington, Del.) July 1, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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