verb (used with or without object)
Origin of drawl
Related formsdrawl·er, noundrawl·ing·ly, adverbdrawl·ing·ness, noundrawl·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for drawled
Today, it is difficult to convey—much less comprehend—that slow, drawled, hazy small-town atmosphere of mid-century Washington.
And [then he] drawled: 'Boys, just spend it till you waste it.'
CNBC host Donny Deutsch drawled, “Women want to be her and men want to mate with her.”
"Ye'll find the weather a tough un, bime-by," drawled Mr. Snape, as he rolled a flour-barrel up the sand.Culm Rock|Glance Gaylord
“You sure know how to shoot a surprise into a fellow, old-timer,” he drawled.Shoe-Bar Stratton|Joseph Bushnell Ames
"Don't know—can't say," drawled out a very diminutive hussar cornet.Roland Cashel|Charles James Lever
With a backward motion of her head toward the window, Fledra drawled out the last words insultingly.From the Valley of the Missing|Grace Miller White
"There was six of 'em changin' stages this mornin'," drawled Jack, in reply, still hanging from the sill.The Battle Ground|Ellen Glasgow