dragger

[drag-er]
noun
1.
any of various small motor trawlers operating off the North Atlantic coast of the U.S.
2.
a person or thing that drags.

Origin:
1490–1500; drag + -er1

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dragger

noun
1. someone who pulls or tugs or drags in an effort to move something [syn: puller
2. a fishing boat that uses a trawl net or dragnet to catch fish [syn: trawler
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Example sentences
The student will click on the dragger and keep the button down while moving the
  dragger to the desired location.
Three area dragger fishermen testified in favor of the concept of mussel raft
  aquaculture.
Spring loaded dragger arms with sensors imbedded in the tips at fixed standoffs
  would be recommended.
It will give the larger dragger fishing fleet a new avenue to direct their
  efforts.
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