Examples of droopy in a Sentence
the droopy heads of tired fans riding home on the bus
a droopy stalk of celery
Recent Examples of droopy from the Web
Another group of 60 students was asked to rate pale lips, droopy mouths or other potentially telltale features in the portraits.
The tree, which cost $57,000 to transport from Italy’s Alpine region in the South Tyrol, has been mocked relentlessly on social media for its bare branches, droopy needles and its resemblance to a toilet brush.
At times, his droopy eyes appeared to lock with those of the readers.
Tang Tang is quintessentially pug — bug eyes, flat face, droopy wrinkles — which is to say, Tang Tang looks a little like an old cartoon man, or maybe a gargoyle.
Vonnegut’s eyes narrowed in those droopy, theater-box sockets.
Sven’s stalks look rather gory right now, crimson in color and covered with droopy pieces of the soft velvet that was once blanketed the extremities.
The policy was drafted after a strategic planning session in October 2016 when economic development employees said the droopy and overcrowded lines have deterred a handful of prospective companies from moving to Mundelein.
The brown German shepherd mix with a dark snout and slightly droopy ears walked up to the front porch, set down the bag of food, and lay on the floor, Segovia said.
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First Known Use of droopy
Synonymsbowed, bowing, declined, declining, descendant (also descendent), descending, drooping, nodding, hanging, hung, inclining, pendulous, sagging, stooping, weeping
Related Wordsfloppy, limp; dangling, falling, pendent (or pendant), suspended; dipping, sinking, slumping
Near Antonymserect, inflexible, rigid, stiff; elevated, raised, upraised
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