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
There's very particular name-dropping of designers.
The culinary arts program at John F. Kennedy High School was shut down Wednesday after county inspectors found rat droppings and other signs of vermin in the campus’s commercial kitchen.
The dropping prices of solar panels and related technology should help to make the investment more affordable in place of net metering, according to the utilities and Hershman.
Operation Crossroads, which had its first big event–the dropping of a nuclear bomb–on July 1, 1946, was just the beginning of the nuclear testing that Bikini Atoll would be subjected to.
Her performance was so jaw-dropping, the Marines announced her halfway point in August.
Vance denied in the report that the dropping of the investigation was a quid pro quo for the contributions.
Lawrence’s arm is as good as any quarterback currently in college, and his accuracy is jaw-dropping.
In some rural counties and dense cities alike, the racial disparity in maternal deaths is jaw-dropping: Chickasaw County, Mississippi, for instance, has a maternal death rate for women of color that's higher than Rwanda's.
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First Known Use of dropping
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Definition of dropping for English Language Learners
: a piece of solid waste from an animal or bird
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