Synonym: dangle, decline, despair, despond, fade, fail, give up, hang, lose heart, sink, weaken. Similar words: troop, bedroom, loop, cooperate, room, roof, drown, cooperative. Meaning: [druːp] n. a shape that sags. v. 1. droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness 2. hang loosely or laxly 3. become limp.
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1 His eyelids began to droop .
2 Don't let your spirits droop.
3 Tiredness crept over her, making her eyelids droop.
4 I let myself droop against the steering wheel.
5 She lets her head droop against my arm.
6 Can you water the plants? They're starting to droop.
7 Haig and Kendall seemed almost to droop as the adrenalin drained out of them.
8 Her eyelids began to droop and before long she was fast asleep.
9 She lay, apathetic, dull as the lustreless droop of her hair on the pillows.
10 The next day, aside from a slight droop on the left side of his face, he was back to normal.
11 These flowers are beginning to droop. You'd better water them.
12 Do not droop your shoulders.
13 Do not droop your head.
14 His chest heaved and his body seemed to droop.
15 Adjustable droop makes load sharing between engines precise.
16 Face. Ask for a smile. Does droop?
17 The heavy snow made the branches droop.
18 A thousand branches droop like fringes made of jade.
19 The plant needs some water - it's starting to droop.
20 She was so tired(sentencedict.com), her eyelids were beginning to droop.
21 I can see you're tired because your eyelids have started to droop.
22 Wilson saw the doubt in her eyes and the droop of her body and felt a shiver pass through her own.
23 Anna was gazing at the pool of fluid,(www.Sentencedict.com) and the corners of her mouth began to droop.
24 For a day or two this tactic was mildly successful, but eventually even Auster began to droop from the monotony.
25 Be ready with thin canes to support hyacinth blooms in particular if they start to bend and droop under their own weight.
26 Take sentries - they sit squinting into the dark, waiting to see something move, and naturally their eyes droop.
27 Immatures best told from other large immature gulls by distinctive shape of bill, heavy and appearing to droop at tip.
28 She looked at Martha with a fresh insight, noting the drabness of her clothes and the downward droop of her lips!
29 Larvae are active, that is disturbed when twisting, back, roll down, or droop silking.
30 After testing the expression he may decide the toy soldier ' s eyebrows really shouldn't droop so fast, or maybe its eyes bat too slowly.