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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of drone.

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Examples

  • It would be very hard for a member of the Culture to kill someone else (it would be considered very strange to even want to) but if you did do this you would be slap-droned, which is having a drone follow you around forever, making sure you didn't do it again.

    Cobb

  • Many memories created during 4-H years (2 comments) frankchristian: Friedman, the great thinker. he has "droned" on, with the previously worn out theories concerning the destruction of our planet because of our use ...

    columbiatribune.com stories

  • John Edwards can talk passionately about a lot of things, but today he kind of droned on until the last 10 minutes.”

    Daily Digest: 9/28/07

  • Something made me think of those young people as he droned on, gazing into his beer.

    Sullen Months, Möbius Strips

  • The preacher droned on about the ending of the world.

    Chalk Dust Hands

  • I tried hard to stop thinking about the turbulence and focus on the in-flight movie, and it must have worked because when the credits started rolling two hours later, I was horrified to realize that we were still holding hands as we droned our way across the Atlantic, particularly as the turbulence had stopped around an hour and a half ago.

    Kim Carillo: The Day Prince William's Pal Held My Husband's Hand and Other In-Flight Shockers

  • I tried hard to stop thinking about the turbulence and focus on the in-flight movie, and it must have worked because when the credits started rolling two hours later, I was horrified to realize that we were still holding hands as we droned our way across the Atlantic, particularly as the turbulence had stopped around an hour and a half ago.

    Kim Carillo: The Day Prince William's Pal Held My Husband's Hand and Other In-Flight Shockers

  • Mock droned on about how the Collins poem has an allusion to someone named Petrarch and how the poem plays on sonnet love conventions.

    Learning About Sonnets

  • The voice droned on, and Derek stared at the image in fascination.

    BULLIES WITH BIG FAT HEADS • by Fred Warren

  • The preacher droned on about the ending of the world.

    Chalk Dust Hands

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