Examples of dropping in a Sentence
the only bad part about owning a rabbit was cleaning the droppings out of the litter box every night
the dropping of an act from the talent show should bring it in on time
Recent Examples of dropping from the Web
As many predicted, Taylor Swift’s recent affinity for snakes was actually promotion for her new album, Reputation, which rolls out November 10, with the first single dropping tomorrow.
And a team member from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service noticed that all the bear droppings that summer were full of elderberry skins.
What’s more, both brand’s runway shows every season (and commercial collection that follows!) are a must-see, as each collection’s jaw-dropping theme seems to out-do the rest.
There were no droppings of wild burros, so that ruled them out.
Less happily, the rate of new infections, though dropping, is not doing so as fast as UNAIDS and its allies had hoped.
Block programming, the dragging and dropping of segments of code by following directions, is rudimentary when compared to the more complex Arduino coding language.
The years of experimentation leading up to the dropping of the atomic bomb, and the years dealing with the nuclear fallout also have also taken a lasting toll on the home front.
The red ants open the show with a precise, jaw-dropping, foot-juggling act; then a dragonfly performs an amazing hand-balancing act that had my kids both oooh-ing and ew-ing at his strength and flexibility.
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First Known Use of dropping
DROPPING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dropping for English Language Learners
: a piece of solid waste from an animal or bird
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