Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having the ears bent directly downward: said of a rabbit.

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Examples

  • And there they stopped for a long time, and fed the guinea-pigs with bits of bread through the cage-bars, and wondered whether it would be possible to keep a sandy-coloured double-lop in the basement of the house in Fitzroy Street.

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