It looked very sleepy, drowsing in the silence of the noon sun.
There were many of them, the horses blanketed and unblanketed, drowsing where they stood.
On this day I was drowsing on my bench when some one addressed me.
I was drowsing, when suddenly I heard him give a frightened yell.
He looked at the horse, which stood sentinel-like, above the drowsing 259 dog.
Mary Carew drew the child,—drowsing in her arms,—to her quickly.
He seemed dull and weary, and sat long, drowsing and drinking after dinner.
Physically, she was not interested in anything but drowsing.
At Petaca, he sat for a while on the veranda, watching, drowsing.
Who cared about a sleepy French town, drowsing under a provincial sun?