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  • n. The characteristic of being droopy.


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  • They are not to everybody's taste: Ms. MacCarthy herself admits "the droopiness and sighs" invite caricature.

    A Penchant for Dreaming

  • (His impression of a lot of neo-tonal new music is that it has too much "pastel droopiness.")

    Archive 2008-04-01

  •  I moved away from the awkward scene to finish the errand that had brought me to this building I knew so well, but which, like me, was beginning to show wear, fraying and droopiness.

    Scene at the Courthouse

  • Harman assails the Karzai government's droopiness as a "willing partner" in fighting the Taliban.

    Bruce Fein: Congresswoman Harman's Afghan Delusions

  • Of course, in modern America we have cosmetic surgery, so I guess I could stave off droopiness for at least a few years.

    VINTAGE “JEZEBEL” PRODUCTS » Sociological Images

  • And there was just this sense of droopiness to him almost, which was in such contrast to how he was on stage.

    CNN Transcript Jun 25, 2009

  • While I'm not interested in face lifts per se, a little work on the droopiness above my eyelids and below my chin would be great.

    telephone call for mr. horrible

  • Amid all your droopiness and idealism, you really don't mean to imply that you have never seen a single police officer utter an inappropriate remark or make some questionable action do you?

    How Many Times Can Allen Hancock Abuse His Police Power and Still Get Paid?

  • Almost instantly, her expression shrugged off its droopiness and she looked as hopeful as a teenager.

    A Dollar Short

  • Observe the ardor of the lover-husband; note the unresponsive droopiness of the charmingly attired bride, and defend the straight-up-and-down hang of that useless arm if you can.

    Marion's Faith.


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