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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of droop.

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Examples

  • If their activity droops, that is the business of government.

    Theological Essays and Other Papers — Volume 1

  • Now the big vulvic thing kind of droops and drops down four big fabric drapes and light projects onto them so they look like Emily Carr tree paintings.

    Travels in Booland

  • Now the big vulvic thing kind of droops and drops down four big fabric drapes and light projects onto them so they look like Emily Carr tree paintings.

    Travels in Booland

  • And the cheese oozes and droops, and as you pull it back with your spoon, you reveal a hot tub of healing, a pot of sippable Prozac, and life becomes generally satisfying and uplifting.

    Kerry Saretsky: American Onion Soup

  • And the cheese oozes and droops, and as you pull it back with your spoon, you reveal a hot tub of healing, a pot of sippable Prozac, and life becomes generally satisfying and uplifting.

    Kerry Saretsky: American Onion Soup

  • For example, my small window is 25 wide. we instruct a feed upon grass house during a tip to be 27 wide. we will have a single swag during 17 in a center (which includes 2 a single some-more to give a swag a small fullness) as good as dual side droops (my own term) during 6 each, to illustrate equaling 29.

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  • For example, my small window is 25 wide. we instruct a feed upon grass house during a tip to be 27 wide. we will have a single swag during 17 in a center (which includes 2 a single some-more to give a swag a small fullness) as good as dual side droops (my own term) during 6 each, to illustrate equaling 29.

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  • But if the economy droops and stocks fall further, such deals may become more difficult.

    KKR Earnings Take Hit As Global Markets Skid

  • An American flag droops limply at half staff as if tired of waiting, waiting for the last days of creatures such as this.

    Sunday Reading

  • Or maybe she is self-conscious about my eye, the left one that droops a bit.

    The Color of Warm and Cold

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