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  • noun Plural form of drowner.

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Examples

  • I know there has been talk in Washington about helping us "student debt-drowners," but I watch politics go on as usual and it leads me to believe that there will be no help for me and the thousands like me.

    College Debt: Where's Our Bailout?

  • I think the kitten drowners, or the kitten-head-smashers like my grandfather, never held one in their lap.

    The Nervous Breakdown

  • I know there has been talk in Washington about helping us "student debt-drowners," but I watch politics go on as usual and it leads me to believe that there will be no help for me and the thousands like me.

    Todd Sussman: College Debt: Where's Our Bailout?

  • We walked and argued about lampshades and the finer points of medieval napkin folding, laughed at the malignant arch of pelicans and whistled odes to the drowners.

    THE BOOK OF SUCH ~ a suite of poems

  • We walked and argued about lampshades and the finer points of medieval napkin folding, laughed at the malignant arch of pelicans and whistled odes to the drowners.

    THE BOOK OF SUCH ~ a suite of poems

  • The men and women sentenced to death, were first stripped of their clothes down to the shirt, and even the shift; it would be a pity to let valuable objects go to the bottom with their owners, and therefore the drowners divide these amongst themselves; a wardrobe in the house of the adjutant

    The French Revolution - Volume 3

  • I know there has been talk in Washington about helping us "student debt-drowners," but I watch politics go on as usual and it leads me to believe that there will be no help for thousands like me.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Too bad Nino's not gonna save any drowners this time around

    Anime Nano!

  • It seems like our financial strategy lately is: everyone jump out of the lifeboat to rescue the drowners.

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  • It seems like our financial strategy lately is: everyone jump out of the lifeboat to rescue the drowners.

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