[ US /ˈdɹupi/ ]
[ UK /dɹˈuːpi/ ]
  1. hanging down (as from exhaustion or weakness)
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How To Use droopy In A Sentence

  • Women need to be much kinder and forgiving to themselves and banish certain words from their vocabularies, such as droopy and ugly. the new beauty secrets
  • Imagine being given a bowl of stew made from a two-week old turkey carcass, half a can of mushroom soup, droopy vegetables scraped from the back of the fridge and half a leftover apple pie.
  • I'm usually pretty perky after 19 x-large Dunkin Donuts coffees and 14 vials of top notch koka-yee-nay ps I'm totals Xstraight edgeX forevs, but today I look Droopy following a Gus Van Sant marathon. Archive 2006-05-01
  • Shaded by a droopy live oak tree and splotched with moss clinging to its mortared block walls, it looked dropped there from some ancient time, seeming all the more out of place with asphalt crowding it on three sides. Sonny Brewer - An interview with author
  • Its rakish nose and large headlamps give it a sporty look, but the car seems to run out of styling ideas at the back end where the curved side screens give it a droopy appearance.
  • Scientists were selectively breeding the foxes to be tame but suddenly found their tamest foxes had developed many of the traits found in dogs-- such as droopy ears, strange coat colors, decreased skull size in comparison to the wild-type, a decrease in tooth size and an overall reduction of the entire masticatory bone structure. Because when it comes down to it, we're all Russian foxes, my friend.
  • I pretended to agree with him, even though I knew that the bushy droopy moustache and the peaked cap were certainly not in the dress code of any postal organisation I was aware of.
  • If they're pissed off at my totally bitchin' rock-star life—which makes Keith Richards and Ozzy and Sinatra and Zeppelin look like droopy-eyed, armless children—that's their problem. Two and a Half Men Plus a Colonel
  • In the defense of droopy faced Christine, her life is in shambles from the start. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • He was a droopy figure, probably always conscious that he had betrayed his comrades, the revolutionaries.
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