draggy

[drag-ee]
adjective, draggier, draggiest.
1.
moving or developing very slowly.
2.
boring; dull.

Origin:
1885–90; drag + -y1

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draggy (ˈdræɡɪ)
 
adj , -gier, -giest
1.  slow or boring: a draggy party
2.  dull and listless

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Example sentences
Flags are notoriously draggy--their motion generates vortices that pull on them.
In this photoplay the swiftness of the story carries the onlooker from one
  exciting scene to another without any draggy sequences.
From its slow start, it's sometimes incomprehensible accents and draggy plot,
  this shows its age.
Good natives were firm and wanted, but low grades draggy and weak.
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