Definition of drawly in English:

drawly

adjective

  • See drawl

    • ‘The guy on your right is into loose, drawly New York music by heroin addicts.’
    • ‘The drawly words from his thin lips got the attention of all and his phrases rang through.’
    • ‘It was a beautiful little gothic southern town, dripping in drawly, molasses charm and warm hospitality.’
    • ‘It was in fact supposed to be a take off of the song ‘Everybody's Free (to Wear Sunscreen)’, that's the one with the drawly American voice doling out tips for the future to the class of '99.’