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  • adv. In a drooping manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a drooping manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a drooping manner; languishingly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a drooping manner


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drooping +‎ -ly


  • He was sealed like a leper, and, weazen-faced and age-shrunken, he hobbled horribly from an ancient spear-thrust to the thigh that twisted his torso droopingly out of the vertical.


  • As I did so, I looked up to see Mrs. Stuart moving droopingly and lamely back into her own room.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • I was the only one who found the comments to be jaw droopingly offensive, it seemed.

    America tests religious equality; doesn't like it

  • Here, conveniently and heathfully elevated above the level of the living, were the dead, and the tombstones; some of the latter droopingly inclined from the perpendicular, as if they were ashamed of the lies they told.

    Our Mutual Friend

  • Lady Jane, a little droopingly, but with a hopeful heart.

    Lady Chatterley's Lover

  • Then there was the jaw-droopingly beautiful Tia Carrere, who positively floated into the lobby to work on Lilo and Stitch.

    WIL WHEATON dot NET: 1.5: March 2004 Archives

  • And then Mrs. Johnson went on with the utmost gusto to the details of the “casket,” while Mr. Polly sat more and more deeply and droopingly into the armchair, assenting with a note of protest to all they said.

    The History of Mr. Polly

  • I lie here in a hotel room in one of my favorite cities, having driven through the pounding rain in a neck-droopingly awful sleep, riding shotgun with Trolli Sour Brite Crawlers Candy on my belly.

    8/11/03 Portland, ME I lie

  • Before they entered the gate Yves had the wit to draw back the length of his leash, well away from the punctured wine-skin, and blunder in droopingly, like one exhausted and cowed.

    The Virgin In The Ice

  • For about three-quarters of the way up, the 'plume' of which Clara speaks has one straight trunk, which then bends over droopingly.

    Among the Trees at Elmridge


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