verb (used with or without object)
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Origin of drawl
OTHER WORDS FROM drawldrawler, noundrawl·ing·ly, adverbdrawl·ing·ness, noundrawly, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for drawl
The butt must therefore be neither silent, nor slack, nor a drawler.
"He's hanging around that flossy Mrs. Scoville a good bit these days," observed the drawler.
The sweet drawler, who is of course the speaker, has rather a rueful sound over this.It Never Can Happen Again|William De Morgan
"She's very expensive," murmured the drawler, who also would have enjoyed an acquaintanceship.
It is an even deadlier thing to be an eloquent gabbler or a dreary drawler.