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Thereafter was nothing but the fading of leaves, the falling of leaves, the drowsing into hibernation.
OLD MOLEGILBERT CANNAN
The overheated little town of grey stones and red tiles was drowsing away its provincial afternoon under a blue sky.
A SET OF SIXJOSEPH CONRAD
Five minutes later he was drowsing stertorously on a lounge.
THE PRESIDENTALFRED HENRY LEWIS
Mary Carew drew the child,—drowsing in her arms,—to her quickly.
THE ANGEL OF THE TENEMENTGEORGE MADDEN MARTIN
At Petaca, he sat for a while on the veranda, watching, drowsing.
WHEN THE OWL CRIESPAUL BARTLETT
He was not expecting visitors on such a stormy day and had been drowsing over old papers in his little booth inside.
IN UNFAMILIAR ENGLANDTHOMAS DOWLER MURPHY
You won't run away to that aunt o' your'n while I'm drowsing?
Before the massive bronze gate cowered a man-at-arms, drowsing over his pike.
UNDER THE WITCHES' MOONNATHAN GALLIZIER
The drowsing murmur of the five and twenty studying scholars soothed the soul like the spell that is in the murmur of bees.
THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
The slow train crept around a bend and puffed to a standstill at the drowsing little station of Hobostein.

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