"I will sacrifice my soul and blood for you," he shouted, in the equivalent of a Kentucky drawl.
Boyd is tall and thickly muscled and speaks softly in a Piedmont drawl.
Still, a tight-jawed smile, wild eyes and a southern California drawl remind me of Matthew McConaughey.
She would let him have it, in her Southern drawl, again and again.
David has a Southern drawl and charm that informs his character.
It had absorbed the American accent, the American clip and drawl.
The service had nothing of the old-time chant or drawl or drone.
If he should even speak, his soft Southern drawl would mean instant betrayal.
You know his drawl, when his muscles give him the respectful hesitation.
"I will," declared the child, her cheeks flushing with the pleasure that her drawl could not convey.
1590s, perhaps from Middle Dutch dralen, East Frisian draulen "to linger, delay," apparently an intensive of the root of draw (v.). Or else a native formation along the same lines. Related: Drawled; drawling. As a noun from 1760.