A very nice arrangement," Da Souza drawled
with a devilish smile.
That is quite beside the question, Brentwood," Bertie drawled
Well, stranger," the other drawled
irritatingly, "I don't mind telling you that's something I ain't worked out for myself.
his body to interposition between hostilities.
Beastly funny country over that way," the narrator drawled
with perfect casualness.
Gilder, "when the train had gone on again, that man had gone too.
This greeting, drawled
with an inimitable vocal caress in every syllable, close in her ear, caused Edna to give a startled little jump.
We could mail you the money from Parrus," drawled
Raffles at length.
All right, guv'nor," drawled
Raffles; "don't excite.
I wouldn't want that to happen for the world," Billy drawled
I have heard of that speech," Lady Carey drawled
, from her low seat.
The man's swum off," drawled
out Hollis from the locker.
But it was easy to see where the comparison had come from, the precocious New Yorker's twangy, drawled
delivery being a dead ringer for His Bobness, and that's before Willy started blowing on the old harmonica.
It's left to Leonard Cohen's spoken word Since You've Asked, Chrissie Hynde's drawled
My Father, Rufus Wainwright's lush Albatross and James Mudriczki's startling industrial electronic treatment of Che to spark real interest in the proceedings.
Sheriff McAllister, 2004, the mounted lawman somehow manages to miss a rather striking visual clue: One of the cowboys to whom he directs his inquiry is wearing a Stetson modeled, improbably, after a Rietveld chair.