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
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.
Noelle Wedig’s costumes are a delicious mishmash, with lots of lace-up garments – boots, corsets, archers’ arm guards – accompanied by all manner of droopy vests and singlets and still enough fancy left for Robin’s traditional feathered cap.
Jayson Tatum and Josh Jackson, selected third and fourth, wore droopy ones of the kind favored by Academy Award nominees in the late 1970s.
More importantly, Woman comes to life just a bit, taking some initiative and acting less like a droopy object of pity.
Once awake, police say Woods was swaying, that his eyes were extremely droopy and seemed as if he was lost.
Some of these problems are minor and easily solved — your prized aquarium fish Valentino is getting a droopy eye?
Simply lift out the liner filled with droopy summer bloomers and drop in one planted with fresh fall flowers.
A bit of makeup magic can instantly deflect from crow's-feet or slightly droopy lids — but instead of waving a wand, just flick up your eyeliner.
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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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