loppy

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lop·py

 (lŏp′ē)
adj. lop·pi·er, lop·pi·est
Hanging limp; pendulous.

loppy

(ˈlɒpɪ)
n, pl -pies
informal Austral a man employed to do maintenance tasks on a sheep or cattle station
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And his brother had that self-same, loppy, crinkled ear.
Old Loppy was a recluse, but that behavior ended, as did Loppy, on that cold evening.
Under the cover of darkness, I comfortably sink into the Moomin's make-believe world, with the help of several interactive displays; inside a cavernous top hat, a projector bestows my shadow with loppy Sniff ears, and by waving my hands, I can throw bolts of lightning above a mural of ghostly, wide-eyed Hattifatteners.
Your goat can have tiny, short ears (like the LaMancha), or you can get one with loppy ears (the Nubian).
Although looking relatively <B comfortable here, in fact this cinema was regarded as a flea pit and nicknamed Loppy Lloyds Summerhill Books
Lee Wallace 6 loppy at back but threat going forward .
The workers said they heard loud cries and howling at the site about 11pm one night last week and discovered the canine, who has since been named Loppy.
A uniform brown with no markings and with the big, loppy ears of the generous trier, he cost Bill Edwards-Heathcote 1,350gns as an unbroken three-year-old.
LOPPY STRAW HAT, pounds 8, SEQUIN TRIM BIKINI, pounds 20, SEQUIN SHOPPER, pounds 12, SUNGLASSES, pounds 8, ALL FROM TU AT SAINSBURYS
Big came up through the ranks at the same time as two other bucks I will discuss later: Loppy and G4.
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Other Cheltenham Festival winners Blank Cartridge (1929 United Services Hunters' Chase), Sir Lindsay (1930 National Hunt Chase), Thomond (1932 Seven Springs Chase, 1934 Coventry Cup Chase walk-over), Loppy Lad (1933 United Hunts' Chase), Vertugadin (1935 Lansdown Selling Hurdle), Rod And Gun (1935 National Hunt Chase), Prominent Lad (1936 Broadway Novices' Chase), Swallow Hawk (1936 Swindon Selling Chase), Masquery (1939 National Hunt Handicap Chase), Tommy Thrush (1950 Seven Springs Chase)