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  • noun One who drones.


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  • The only way you could capture that pillbox if there was a dedicated droner at the hero base was if you were lucky enough to have a buff that negated TPing.

    Twixt 2009

  • The face of the performer was no longer distorted by inflating the bag; for the long cumbersome drones was substituted a short barrel droner, containing the necessary lengths of tubing for four or five drones, reduced to the smallest and most compact form.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2 "Baconthorpe" to "Bankruptcy" Various

  • A droner who can't amuse himself in a restaurant for a couple of minutes?

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed 2012

  • He was a droner, a dull fellow known for expressing his dullness at great length on every topic. Main RSS Feed 2010

  • The back-passage trombonist combined with the diesel droner almost drown out the incessant beeping from the IV machines announcing their various problems, which can be due to a lack of fluids but sometimes it seems, they're just suffering plain boredom like their patients.

    CRN Australia - News - 2009

  • Mogwai-toned spook droner "Everyday" and closing with the 17-minute spectral masterpiece "Night Falls On Hoboken," the record provides easy exuses for lapsing into over-the-top praise.

    :: news, reviews and opinion :: since 2001 :: online at :: 2009

  • The monotoned droner was taking great delight in repeating a perverse little phrase -- repeating to himself over and over: "Put a bullet in Huckabee, he's dead."

    unknown title 2009


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