Thus thou educatest thy friends: with insult in the night season and drowse of slumber during the precious hours of the day.
And then jest as I was gettin' into a drowse, I heard the cat in the buttery, and I got up to let her out.
Toward morning I fell into a drowse, and was awakened out of it by the reveille.
The landscape seemed to be in drowse, half-sleeping and half-waking.
He clucked to the old horse, which awoke out of its drowse with a start, and moved on sluggishly.
Unceremoniously Stair Garland awaked Louis from his drowse in the cave's mouth.
Full clear blue eyes, healthy and untired as a child's fresh from an all-night's drowse, they looked and looked.
Dot's head was pillowed on his knee, and presently she began to drowse.
So he began to drop into a drowse once more, at last; and all at once he felt that mysterious touch again!
She had not slept, either; it was from her first drowse that Adeline had wakened her.