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- adj. Tending to droop; sagging; wilting.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. bending downward due to lack of tautness; -- of lines.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. hanging down (as from exhaustion or weakness)
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The suits might have fit them once, but now Ted's was split across his gut, while Louise's hung in droopy folds like a sad curtain.
“That was pathetic,” Ian says, referring to the droopy base hit.
He's cute in a kind of droopy dog, bassett hound way.
Scientists were selectively breeding the foxes to be tame but suddenly found their tamest foxes had developed many of the traits found in dogs-- such as droopy ears, strange coat colors, decreased skull size in comparison to the wild-type, a decrease in tooth size and an overall reduction of the entire masticatory bone structure.
Women need to be much kinder and forgiving to themselves and banish certain words from their vocabularies, such as droopy and ugly.
The tree you see is a Eucalyptus, so it has this kind of "droopy" look to it, a little alien to Northern Hemisphere eyes, only because the tree grows everywhere there.
Sophie Reade got 'droopy' boobs fixed after winning Big Brother entry
Sophie Reade got 'droopy' boobs fixed after winning Big Brother entry LONDON - Big Brother star Sophie Reade went under the knife to fix her breasts as soon as she heard she was in the show, according to reports.
Williams has revealed that she underwent surgery to repair a lacerated tendon near her big toe to avoid a lifetime with a "droopy" digit.
Conditions such as droopy eyelids, chronic tearing, and nasal and lip deviations might also indicate tooth pathologies due to close proximity of ducts and nerves to the teeth.