Only in the cafes there is a clamor of voices and a drowning of care.
And I don't mind your drowning sorrow in the flowing bowl, either.
"It's a drowning man's straw," he said, a little breathlessly.
"And there's a third reason why I wish to be away," went on Roland, drowning the noise.
I glanced at his daughter: she hung on him with a drowning look.
She would have received with composure the news of his drowning.
Nay, he was drowning his sorrows therein, for his Master, alas!
She had been so distressed at first that she had thought of drowning herself in the river.
She must have been drowning there for the last hundred years.
In the breaking waters of his madness he was struggling like a drowning man.