from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of speaking with a drawl
- v. Present participle of drawl.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of speaking with a drawl; a drawl.
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In our area the kids tend to pronounce it "drawling", so maybe we could be drawlers.
They spoke a kind of drawling English and said, "By gad, dear old top -- what perfectly beastly weathah!"
Uhm, did I just hear New York mayor Rudy Giuliani do an impression of one of the "Queer Eye for the Straight Guys" drawling, "Does Barack Obama not think her home town is cosmoaahlitan enough?
“Know what?” the janitor asked, relaxed again, drawling slightly.
Midnight said ... so who won the $100 gift card and the drawling for branded by fire???
He spoke to her in a low voice, almost drawling, but in it was the quintessence of all loathing, as he called her a name unspeakable and vile.
Seems to me that Droopy was just drawling, running out the clock. datingjesus
Loving the chemistry between Justified's drawling hero Timothy Olyphant and his sexy ex Winona, played with just the right amount of vulnerable sass by Natalie Zea.
But of course, in true conservative fashion the right-wing nuts will divert attention from the main point with the time worn tactic of attacking with an out-of-context excerpt, in this case to portray him as perpetuating the caricature of the drawling Southerner.
His subjects included a drawling President Lyndon B.
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