from The Century Dictionary.
- Like a drone; dronish; sluggish.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Like a drone; sluggish; lazy.
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- adjective of a sound
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"drony;" but among his Illustrations attached to the verb "to drone," there are two from Dryden, each, it may be seen, using the word
It had a rather drony asthetic which doesn't seem to have been replicated since.
He has that really low drony voice, plus he talks like he doesnt know what he doesnt know what he is talking about.
The songs are long and drony, perfect for Smith to spit both his astute observations and bizarre non-sequiturs over.
Played four or so pieces over roughly an hour, mostly drony, lots of E-Bow.
Interesting experiments including a mathy piece to begin with, a slow drony ambient piece, and an instrumental confrontation of Godzilla versus Mothra - I took the role of Mothra, doing wingbeats and laser blasts.
Played a solid 90 minutes in three sets, layered and drony and tribal all at the same time.
Very drony day, lots of electronic overprocessed textured layers.
Instrumental improvisational looping harsh drony ambient music.
I never doubted as to the true reading of the third line of the second stanza of Gray's Elegy, but merely remarked that in one place the penultimate word was printed _drony_, and other authorities _droning_.