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Spell check of drone

Correct spelling: drone

radio-controlled aircraft, sack, freeloader, thrust, bum, lagger, vibration, sponger, rattle, slug, jab, lotus-eater, drudge, slugabed, racket, clatter, good-for-nothing, worker, vagrant, carrier bag, poking, pigeon berry, foot soldier, do-little, mendicant, thrusting, reverberate, throb, panhandler, biff, slavey, dawdler, laborer, goof-off, moocher, pilotless aircraft, laggard, drone on, do-nothing, layabout, chant, industrious, hum, wastrel, scoke, lick, clout, dogsbody, chatter, droning, idler, drudger, garget, slouch, mope, reverberation, jabbing, bourdon, toiler, punch, beggar, noise, preview, plugger, slowpoke, lazybones, drum, grub, peon, couch potato, monotone, ne'er-do-well, parasite, scrounger, slacker, thrum, lounge lizard, paper bag, grunt, grumble, rumble, house trailer, goldbrick, loafer, sluggard, prevue, lingerer, trailer, beat, poke, roll, grubber, buzz, drone pipe, loiterer, thunder, no-good, mooch, slogger, deadbeat.

go-getter, slug, live wire, loafer, hummer, self-starter, highflier, achiever, shirker, doer, idler, comer, rustler, sluggard, lazybones, slouch, goldbrick, go-ahead, powerhouse.

Examples of usage:

1) A drowsy hum like the drone of bees seemed to float up from the busy city below. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

2) She was not a drone, that much was certain; therefore the daughter was not, and tried to be as useful in the hive as she imagined her mother had been, in every way in which a worthy woman distinguishes herself. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

3) The drone of a night- flying aeroplane passed overhead. - "From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917", Philip Gibbs.