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To bend or hang downwards limply
“Mopheads bloom in solid masses, their clusters often so heavy that they cause their stems to droop and bend.”
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To lose strength or become weaker
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“A few days later, the color fades, and when the flowers begin to droop, it is hard to remember how glorious they once were.”
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(rare) To lose all energy, enthusiasm or happiness
“But wherefore do you droop? Why look you sad?”
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To close or shut in a downward motion, especially of one's eyelids
“My eyelids would droop and I would drift off.”
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To slump or fall heavily into something
“He shifted, carefully letting her droop into the couch cushion with a small noise of protest.”
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To diminish in intensity or severity, especially gradually
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Wander about listlessly and aimlessly because of unhappiness or boredom
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To diminish the confidence or courage of
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To linger behind or wander from a main line or part
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(nod off) To fall asleep
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To bend the head or upper part of the body as a sign of respect, greeting, or shame
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To change direction as a result of entering a different medium
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To feel or show fear or apprehension
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To cover completely with water
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To physically give way under force or pressure
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To be in, or move into, a sloping position
Noun
Plural for an act or instance of drooping
“There was a look of sorrow and concern in her eyes, emphasized by a slight droop of her mouth.”
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Plural for a rigid bracelet or anklet, especially one with no clasp
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Plural for a downward or declining slope or surface
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