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- n. Plural form of drawler.
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Graham and Sessions are two of the most bigoted southern drawlers in the Senate.
In our area the kids tend to pronounce it "drawling", so maybe we could be drawlers.
And I bet you get all kinds of little drawlers in your library.
Barbadian-born drawlers about ten days, we left them, and made sail for
Barbarous broad-drawlers, murderers of his Majesty's English, could they even pronounce the name of an officer highly distinguished for many years in both of the royal services?
Later, Wellman learned to favor the slower movers - the drawlers and the amblers - like Henry Fonda (in "The Ox-Bow Incident"), Robert Mitchum (in "G.I Joe" and the moody 1954 western "Track of the Cat") and John Wayne, with whom he made three films in the '50s, including the hit 1954 airliner-in-peril melodrama "The High and the Mighty."
Barbarous broad-drawlers, murderers of his Majesty’s English, could they even pronounce the name of an officer highly distinguished for many years in both of the royal services?