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They had not been long alone again, when Sir Joseph drowsily opened his eyes and asked what they were doing in his room.
She aroused, smiled drowsily, and was off to sleep again; and asleep I left her, under a heavy pair of sailor's blankets, her head resting on a pillow I had appropriated from Wolf Larsen's bunk.
It then becomes apparent that the woman has taken possession of this knife, for safety's sake; for, she too starting up, and restraining and expostulating with him, the knife is visible in her dress, not in his, when they drowsily drop back, side by side.
And over the top rail a horse looked drowsily on, ever and anon, at mathematically precise intervals, switching a lazy tail that flashed high lights in the sunshine.
Hartright," he said in a querulous, croaking voice, which combined, in anything but an agreeable manner, a discordantly high tone with a drowsily languid utterance.
Now and then he muttered in a sepulchral voice, 'Polly put the ket--' but very drowsily, and more like a drunken man than a reflecting raven.
She don't know me, Stephen; she just drowsily mutters and stares.
My head's a bit light, and my feet are a bit heavy,' said old Betty, leaning her face drowsily on the breast of the woman who had spoken before.
In light of Ben Carson's self-congratulatory piety, I wasn't surprised when, not long after questioning Trump's faith, the good doctor caused a kerfuffle by drowsily asserting that America should not elect a Muslim president because Islam does not jibe with the U.
Em's eyes started to close in the warm fug of the cosy room as she thought drowsily that maybe Mum might still half believe in the slenderest of chances
As the menu of the DVD implies, with its use of the camera as a drowsily opening and closing eye-capturing snapshots of scenes from the film, Leigh immediately implies that we need to wake up and register the truth of our situation in the twenty-first century.
Even that downy owl, rejected mascot for "sorrow's miseries," sounds again in the caution-cue drowsily (Keats hit this adverb after trying out heavily then sleepily (10)) for the sake of a flow into drown.