drawlingly

drawlingly

(ˈdrɔːlɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a drawling manner
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They would need more to make a difference, so Young and his team embarked on what he drawlingly calls "a good old-fashioned phage hunt." To find a phage that worked against Acinetobacter, Young reasoned, he would have to go look for Acinetobacter in the wild.
It doesn't help that the film is littered with Bushisms--the official term for the many mispronunciations and linguistic errors made by George W.--which are highly amusing, but are so drawlingly delivered, and with such frequency, that George W.
one of the sociable ones, an Armenian or Yugoslav with the broad vowels of the local accent drawlingly prolonged and the consonants of another tongue altogether" (49).