- v. Simple past tense and past participle of drownd.
“You have to admire that "drownded," which in its self-conscious ungrammaticality embodies precisely the overall tonality of self-righteous indignation.”
“So he told her how he was "drownded" and how a lady had saved his life.”
“The ones that come aboard off the Horn, sir, the three drownded sailors.”
“He told Washington on August 27 that his men were out of provisions, and “We have been almost drownded here being threatened wt. a second deluge,” the rains spreading “great sickness among my people,” and making the rivers too high for Innes and his men to cross.”
“An 'if it ain't the devil it's the ghost of a drownded man.”
“They come aboard right over the bows, an 'they moved slow like drownded men.”
“That makes me panick, as if you are slipping away from the world like Kristi Lawrence did after she drownded.”
“I bet next time someone gets your books someone else is going to say OOOO you have the book from the girl who died just like I did that time Colette Soulier got the book Kristi Lawrence had before she drownded.”
“When we did that stuff in high school it was a combination of swimming styles, rescue techniques, first aid and reviving drownded peeps.”
“Ai has a bit ob a nervuss, an hopefullee will nawt end up in teh ambyoolanss oar drownded if teh wevver forecast is to be bleeved!”
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