from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An abbreviation of tragedy or tragic.


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  • But in the great myths, particularly as they are treated in Greek trag - edy, the gods fade into insignificance in the face of the awesome powers and harsh sufferings common to the human situation, and the treatment of themes such as pride and retribution achieves a universal human significance.


  • Pellucidarian word trag, which covers the launching of any deadly missile.


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  • Pis de toute facon mon trag 'n'est pas encore bien cicatrisé!

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  • ‘Sit in ze carriage — zere is room enough, ant I will trag you,’ he says.


  • The Judge President of this division, Judge Bernard Ngoepe was kind to accept that he should in person conduct the inquiry into this trag edy.

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  • In his early writings Plato was rather vague in his use of the term “imitation”: he applied it to music and dance (Laws 798D) or confined it to painting and sculpture (Republic 597D); at first he called “imitative” only poetry in which, as in trag - edy, the heroes speak for themselves (epic poetry de - scribes and does not imitate, he said).


  • "She'll go and trag her pack! she'll go and trag her pack!"

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