Bradley arose after Milton's speech, which pleased the farmers with its shrewdness and drollery, feeling at a great disadvantage.
I have said that these illustrations are full of point and drollery.
We quickly uncovered Walter, a lad who had kept us laughing at his drollery on many a rainy night.
Then his face broke into a grin that might hardly be called of drollery.
I remarked with some drollery, and I thought he never would have ceased laughing at me.
"You must have your drollery," he said, unsteadily, at length.
I stood a moment petrified, and then, struck by the drollery of the incident, gave way to peals of laughter.
How I chuckled when I saw that he broke down in his attempt at drollery.
I wrote him a long letter in return, as full of drollery as I knew how to make it.
And the Commodore had to wipe his eyes, with the laughter at his drollery.