Never in his life had he suffered the excruciating or long-drawn-out agony that he experienced as ladle man this night.
Then there came a long-drawn-out whisper from Sydney Barnes.
No forms—it is all faint, dreamy color music, a far-away, long-drawn-out melody on muted strings.
Do not present a long-drawn-out and padded dance that will weary everyone.
The agony which the shepherd endured, therefore, during these weeks of early autumn was long-drawn-out.
In that long-drawn-out monotony we made the most of trivialities.
What about the long-drawn-out conversations in books and on the stage that are attributed to historical persons?
Instead of that, they are toilsome, long-drawn-out, and indecisive.
The first is the long-drawn-out siege or investment of Schweizer-Renecke.
Horace, that prince of diners, objected to the long-drawn-out meal.