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

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Examples

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

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  • 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.

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

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

    The Color of Warm and Cold

  • 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

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

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  • Look for the bluebell that is paler, more strongly scented, and droops to one side.

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  • As my eyes begin to droops, I look around desperately for a pen, for some way to tell this new person who he once was …

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  • No, I don't have perfect knee caps, and while the lighting on the TV set is kind, it's nothing like the flattering ambiance of a glossy magazine photo shoot that cures cruel cellulite and Photoshops anything that sags, bags or droops.

    Diane Gilman: The Swimsuit Issue

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