- To fold or hang downward: "Their mouth drooped unfortunately, pulled straight down, definitely, because of the plump weight of their jowls” ( Gore Vidal).
- To flex or droop gradually: flowers drooping into the midday heat.
- To sag in dejection or fatigue: drooped from lack of sleep.
- To hang bending downward; to sink or hang down, as an animal, plant, etc., from physical inability or fatigue, want of nourishment, and/or want.
- to develop weak or faint with disappointment, grief, or like causes; to-be dispirited or depressed; to languish.
- To continue downward, or toward a detailed; to decrease.
- To let bend or hang down: "He drooped his body over the rail” ( Norman Mailer).
- The act or problem of sagging.
- something that is limp or drooping; an ailment or posture of drooping
- A drooping.
- The act of sagging, or of flexing or hanging down; a drooping position or state.
- a shape that sags
- To sink or hang downward; to sag.
- To slowly come to be limp; to bend slowly.
- to reduce all passion or glee.
- hang loosely or laxly
- become limp
- droop, sink, or settle from or as if from stress or lack of tautness
- To sink or hang-down; fold or hang downward, as from weakness or exhaustion.
- To languish from grief or other cause; belong to circumstances of actual weakness.
- To fail or sink; banner; decline; be dispirited: as, the courage droops; the spirits droop.
- To have a tendency slowly downward or toward a close.
- To drip; be damp with liquid.
- To let sink or hang_down: since, to droop the pinnacle.
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