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  • n. One who drawls.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who drawls.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone who speaks with a drawl


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  • The Georgia drawler completed a much-publicized prison sentence in May and has returned to society with his sense of humor intact.

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  • "Yes, well, it's obvious he was an obsessive, at the very least," said the drawler, dismissively.


  • Still, hobbies are all very well, Aelmarkin, "said the drawler," But no gentleman and no sane fellow goes off himself to dig up nasty old discards in parts unknown, now, does he?


  • "You must know something, if you're betting that high," the drawler said suspiciously.


  • "Shut up, " said the voice of the drawler but now the voice was sharp and angry.

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  • But the tall drawler, a photographer by trade with no classical art schooling, didn't have his camera with him, so he drew it.

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  • Vanity is always active and ingenious in eluding the mor - tifications of disappointment; whence the faults of Pope, and the cold reception first given to Milton, are the constant topics of consolation with every unsuccessful clinker of rhymes, or drawler of blank verse.

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