1 A bright fire glowed in the stove and the cat lay stretched before it, watching the table with a drowsy eye.
2 Too often she had surprised him when his eyes were neither drowsy nor remote, when he looked at her with a yearning and a sadness which puzzled her.
3 Since then, Ashley had sat on a stool at Melanie's feet, apart from the other guests, and talked quietly with her, smiling the slow drowsy smile that Scarlett loved.
4 He was not the tall drowsy boy she loved but part and parcel of the Wilkeses, Twelve Oaks, the County--and she hated them all because they laughed.
5 She was getting warmer now and a little drowsy.
6 Suddenly she thought of Ashley, saw him as vividly as though he stood beside her, sunny haired, drowsy eyed, full of dignity, so utterly different from Rhett.
7 She saw only the same dark loving eyes, sunken and drowsy with death, the same tender mouth tiredly fighting pain for breath.
8 The drowsy aloofness had gone from his gray eyes and they were wide and unmasked.
9 She was supposed to be asleep; she was too exquisitely drowsy to break the charm by speaking.
10 She was drowsy, hemmed in by the storm.
11 As there appeared no change in their drowsy relations, she forgot all about it, and life was planless.
12 She went into the house, a frail small woman, still winsome but hopeless of eye as she staggered with the weight of the drowsy boy in her arms.
13 He flapped a drowsy welcoming hand at her from the expanse of quilt and dented pillows.
14 The tranced ship indolently rolls; the drowsy trade winds blow; everything resolves you into languor.
15 Ere forgetfulness altogether came over me, I had noticed that the seamen at the main and mizzen-mast-heads were already drowsy.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContext Highlight In CHAPTER 61. Stubb Kills a Whale.