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  • n. Plural form of droner.


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  • Those who successfully navigate Ranger School become expert “droners.”

    Hope Unseen

  • But two things stood out: in an almost empty restaurant, they seated us right next to two other people, both of whom were droners struggling to make conversation; 2.

    15 – June – 2009 – The Bleat.

  • Sounded just like church to me: monotone droning of words most of the droners have probably already forgotten the meaning of.

    Spark: Advice on Choosing Doomsday Cults | Mind on Fire

  • While the dapplegray dawn drags nearing nigh for to wake all droners that drowse in Dublin.

    Finnegans Wake

  • To the thousand and one droners about him, the law was a remunerative game in which one matched platitude with bromide, legal precedent of the State of Illinois with legal precedent of the State of Indiana; in which right and wrong were a shuffle of words and the wages of sin dependent upon the depth of a counselor's wits.

    Erik Dorn

  • Youth's drummer, Steve Shelley who's been admirably productive during that band's recent hiatus, Spectre Folk is adept at spiralling through doleful psychedelic droners.

    The New Yorker

  • On May 27, this bi-level haunt hosts an all-acoustic show featuring three prized exports of the fuzzy lo-fi scene; two garage-pop droners

    The New Yorker

  • That seems kind of evil: the carrier saddles us with those 15-second droners, and then makes us pay money to avoid them?

    NYT > Technology

  • He succeeds somewhat on "Live Like We're Dying," a syrupy, apocalyptic number originally recorded by soft-rock droners the Script.

    NYT > Home Page


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