Thesaurus / lolled


And Dick watched them as he lolled there, hands in his breeches pockets.

At that instant Hogan lolled against the jamb and announced his entrance with a laugh.

Two footmen in gorgeous liveries, with huge bouquets, and gold-headed canes, lolled behind.

The evening was a short one, spent on the porch where I lolled in a hammock, while Frances rocked in a big chair.

A Top-Floor IdylGeorge van Schaick

As soon as he saw the giant coming, he lolled back in his seat, crossed his legs, and began to sing one of his native airs.

All day long they lolled in the cockpit or on the cabin roof, taking turns at the steering.

Tom Slade at Temple CampPercy K. Fitzhugh

So one day when De Vere lolled in his state-room, he went and stood behind her chair where she sat reading.

Lancaster's ChoiceMrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller

On the last morning of the term Gordon and Tester lolled back in their comfortable chairs.

Chancing to pass a window of the barn he glanced out and saw a lolled head bobbing by above the top of his back fence.

Local ColorIrvin S. Cobb

Volney lolled in his chair and hid a yawn behind tapering pink finger-nails.

A Daughter of RaasayWilliam MacLeod Raine


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