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
Love was a droopy spaghetti strap, a low-slung pair of pants, or a beanie hat as floppy as that piece of lettuce Gyllenhaal once watched Dunst shovel into her mouth.
Valérie Thérèse Bart’s costumes (a bright yellow dress for St. Francis’s trainer, a droopy hoodie for the depressed and resentful trainer of Prince Gabriel III of Belgium, played by John Tibbetts ) made each character distinctive.
Calamity and Indianness are indeed inseparable, the novel suggests; the droopy features of an Indian child who is born with fetal alcohol syndrome provide an affecting opening image.
Their droopy sense of conflicted excitement is really fitting for that moment in life.
Last year's winner was a 125-pound gentle giant named Martha -- a Neapolitan Mastiff with gas and a droopy face.
Last year's winner was a 125-pound gentle giant named Martha — a Neopolitan Mastiff with gas and a droopy face.
Cody Burkham, executive vice president of the Arkansas Cattlemen’s Association, said livestock producers should be on the lookout for droopy ears, increase in body temperature, and lack of appetite.
In top form, Trevor is a dashing black-and-brown dachshund with a long, slender body, stout little legs and droopy ears.
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