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
Driving through the state, jaw-dropping views await you at every turn.
In November, fluffy penguin chicks haven’t yet hatched; by March, most have gone to sea, leaving only their droppings behind. 4.
Though some Portlanders are fascinated by the ritual, others consider the noisy birds and their droppings a nuisance.
Some residents spoke of how dogs produce more feces than do chickens, and leave their droppings in areas other than a coop.
To describe Wild Wild Country as jaw-dropping is to understate the number of times my mouth gaped while watching the series, a six-part Netflix documentary about a religious community in Oregon in the 1980s.
The Oregon Food Bank Network is recalling some 22,000 pounds of chia seeds that may be contaminated with rodent droppings.
In spring 2002, then-chief Jerry Oliver ordered about 70 employees to move from the seventh floor after complaints about poor ventilation, leaky ceilings, mold, vermin and pigeon droppings.
An inspection was done and there was evidence of rodent droppings.
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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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