- v. Simple past tense and past participle of drawl.
“I'd like to tell you some of the good things the Mafia is doing," Dean Martin drawled one opening night at the Mob-run Sands, pausing to wait for the half-shocked, half-delighted laughter to build.”
“Sylvia "(Sylvia never heard her name drawled as Mrs. Owen spoke it without a thrill of expectancy) --" Sylvia, there's a lot of books being written, and pieces in the magazines all the time, about women and what we have done or can't do.”
“The three gospel backing-singers take a lot of pleasure in calling him "baby", a word frequently drawled in his songs.”
“That was turning the tables with a vengeance," drawled "Dye," from his perch on an upturned pail.”
“Is there anything I can do to make you more comfortable, Uncle?" drawled "Tacks," with bland sarcasm.”
“Then I am tellin 'you-all right now there's goin' to be a heap o 'trouble," drawled "Pike County" Griggs, the oldest engineer on the line.”
“Ay, 'tis a bit aff!" drawled "Feathery" Joltram, thrusting his great hands deep into his capacious trouser-pockets.”
“Do you-all like hawg-jowl and black-eyed peas?" drawled "Tennessee”
“Send yer A students to Cal n Stanford," he drawled.”
“The damning institutional affliction was drawled out for maximum scathing effect.”
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