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Use "dragged" in a sentence
"Malpractice cases carry a significant emotional cost for doctors, said study co-author Amitabh Chandra, an economist and professor of public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government"They hate having their name dragged through the local newspaper and having to go to court," he said."
""I didn't want his name dragged through the mud like some kind of deadbeat," she says."
"Suddenly, crushingly, Tom McKinney saw his name dragged through the mud."