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droop

 (dro͞op)
v. drooped, droop·ing, droops
v.intr.
1. To bend or hang downward: "His mouth drooped sadly, pulled down, no doubt, by the plump weight of his jowls" (Gore Vidal).
2. To bend or sag gradually: flowers drooping in the midday heat.
3. To sag in dejection or exhaustion: drooped from lack of sleep.
v.tr.
To let bend or hang down: "He drooped his body over the rail" (Norman Mailer).
n.
The act or condition of drooping.

[Middle English droupen, from Old Norse drūpa; see dhreu- in Indo-European roots.]

droop′i·ly, droop′ing·ly adv.
droop′y adj.
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droopy

(ˈdruːpɪ)
adj
hanging or sagging downwards: a droopy moustache.
ˈdroopily adv
ˈdroopiness n
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droop•y

(ˈdru pi)

adj. droop•i•er, droop•i•est.
1. hanging down; sagging.
2. disheartened; dejected.
[1200–50]
droop′i•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.droopy - hanging down (as from exhaustion or weakness)
lax - lacking in strength or firmness or resilience; "a lax rope"; "a limp handshake"
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droopy

adjective sagging, limp, wilting, stooped, floppy, drooping, languid, flabby, languorous, pendulous, lassitudinous a droopy moustache
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Translations

droopy

[ˈdruːpɪ] ADJ (droopier (compar) (droopiest (superl)))
1. [moustache, tail, breasts] → colgón
2. (hum) (= tired) → mustio
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droopy

[ˈdruːpi] adj [moustache] → tombant(e)
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droopy

adj
schlaff; tailherabhängend; moustachenach unten hängend; eyelidsherunterhängend; (with sleep) → schwer
(inf, = tired, weak) → schlaff, schlapp (inf)
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droopy

[ˈdruːpɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (moustache) → cascante
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References in classic literature ?
[I have seen that remark before somewhere.] The pier was crowded with carriages and men; passengers were arriving and hurrying on board; the vessel's decks were encumbered with trunks and valises; groups of excursionists, arrayed in unattractive traveling costumes, were moping about in a drizzling rain and looking as droopy and woebegone as so many molting chickens.
We once again saw prescription growth from key promoted brands - Divigel(R), methylphenidate hydrochloride ER 72 mg (M-72), and Osmolex ER(TM) (amantadine extended-release tablets) - as well as the previously announced successful completion of our clinical program for RVL-1201, our potential first-in-class ophthalmic solution in development for the treatment of droopy eyelid.
As regards her sex life, she added: "Everything has gotten a little more droopy, but there is an incredible confidence and comfort that comes with age."
However, after three days, my other eye became droopy as well.
I often find myself pleading, 'Can't I write a really droopy, soppy girl?' and they say, 'No, they've got to be strong and independent"' - Screenwriter Andrew Davies.
DROOPY STEEL, trained by Pat Buckley for Austin Whelan, underlined his sprinting excellence when he produced the best run of the first round of the Agri Stores Fair Warrior Sprint over 400 yards at Mullingar on Saturday, writes Michael Fortune.
Jen Betton's Hedgehog Needs a Hug tells of a depressed little hedgehog who wakes up feeling down in the snout and droopy in the prickles.
Last year the title was won by a 125-pound gentle giant named Martha, a Neopolitan Mastiff with a droopy face.
THERE were lolling tongues, droopy faces, unsightly fangs and bald bodies - but there could only be one winner of the World's Ugliest Dog competition.
Injecting Botox was supposed to give the camels a desired droopy, pouty look and a better chance at winning some of the $57 million in prize money.
Of course, when a woman reaches 50, there are some age-related skin issues, such as saggy or droopy cheeks, fine lines and wrinkles, and for those largely sedentary, a larger abdominal area.