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Definition funny of Drage:
A word to describe a person who is slow, or lame.
you are a god damn drage!
The process by which intense partying, otherwise know as raging, is carried out during daytime hours.
We were going to begin partying at 8PM, but we decided to drage at 1PM instead.
asshole with no skill in 3s
god you're so scrubby you play like a drage
Dickhead rage, When you're angry in such a way that any response to a question makes you sound like a dick head.
Songs about Drage:
03. C. Nixon Now - Prundence Drage (3-Song-Single) by Nixon Now from the Album Nixon Now - Down On The Street (3-Song-Single)
7 Sanger ur Tannhauser (7 Tannhauser Songs), Op. 3 (arr. T. Aulin): No. 4. Og jeg vil drage fra Sydens Blommer... by Tobias Ringborg from the Album Sjogren: Complete Works for Violin and Piano, Vol. 2
7 Sanger ur Tannhauser, Op. 3: No. 4. Og jeg vil drage fra Sydens blommer by Nicolai Gedda from the Album Sjogren: Songs, Vol. 3
C. Prundence Drage by Nixon Now from the Album Down On the Street
Dans drage dans by Palle Pirat from the Album Jorden rundt med krudt og kram
Danse de la Fe?e-drage?e (from the 'Nutcracker Suite') by Rodolfus Choir from the Album By Special Arrangement: Choral arrangements of favourite classics
Davids Drage by Emma & Sofie from the Album Sørøver Søren og andre alfabetsange
Books about Drage:
Drage: Webster's Timeline History, 1637 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)
Drage Loberen by Khaled Hosseini (2006)
Drage: Webster's Facts and Phrases by Icon Group International (May 5, 2009)
Contemporary Authors: Biography - Drage, Charles H(ardinge) (1897-) (Mar 8, 2005)
Map Maker And Indian Traders: An Account Of John Patten, Charles Swaine, Theodorus Swaine Drage by Howard Nicholas Eavenson (Oct 15, 2011)
SWAINE AND DRAGE A SEQUEL TO MAP MAKER & INDIAN TRADERS by HOWARD N.EAVENSON (Sep 12, 2011)
Serbska pchela, ili Novy? t?s?vi?e?tnik za god 1830 [- 1841], s razlichnym drage narodnosti, dushevnog uveselen... by Unknown (Jan 1, 1830)