Definitions

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  • adj. Lacking stiffness.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of droop.

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Examples

  • Young men drooped from the forks of tree branches shouting, "Beauty!"

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  • As the day advanced, emblems of mourning drooped from the highest windows to the sidewalk.

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  • This guitar had two maple necks, each with a different scale length and a pointy "drooped" - style reversed headstock with locking machine heads and was equipped with Rio Grande single-coil pickups.

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  • a different scale length and a pointy "drooped" - style reversed headstock with locking machine heads and was equipped with Rio Grande single-coil pickups.

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  • The next spring Judge Baker fell off the woodshed while he was shingling it, and it jarred him so he kind of drooped and pined round a spell and then one day up and died.

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  • TNT then picked up races and ended down 6% from 2008 and, as ratings drooped annually, was down 21% from 2006.

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  • The leaves close and even the branches drooped when Tickled.

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  • Huge blood-red pods loaded with beans drooped from branches.

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  • As NASCAR's TV ratings have drooped so far this season and ESPN/ABC Sunday picked up coverage with the Brickyard 400, ESPN analyst Dale Jarrett sounded ready to do his part just before the race: "I want to be out there so bad I'm about to come out of my skin."

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