droop in a sentence

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droop meaning:

v. i.) To hang bending downward; to sink or hang down, from physical inability or exhaustion, want of nourishment, or the like.

v. i.) To grow weak or faint with disappointment, grief, or like causes; to be dispirited or depressed;

droop sentence:

His eyelids began to droop .

The plant drooped for lack of water.

She drooped her head for shame.

Several branches of the willows drooped over the water.

The footballers drooped in the second half.

The enemy flags began to droop .

The flowers begin drooping in the hot rooms.

I like drooping branches of these trees.

Nigel smiles, relaxes and enjoys the evening till his eyelids begin to droop.

Keep well watered as the plant will droop otherwise.

They also worked around her facial nerve so that the muscles in her face wouldn’t droop.

Around the eyes, the eyebrows droop and the skin in the eyelids tends to drape.

Can you water the plants? They’re starting to droop.

The plant needs some water – it’s starting to droop.

She was so tired, her eyelids were beginning to droop.

These flowers are beginning to droop. You’d better water them.

Her eyelids began to droop and before long she was fast asleep.

I can see you’re tired because your eyelids have started to droop.

Don’t let your spirits droop.

His head drooped and tears fell into his lap.

Several branches of the willows drooped over the water.

Her eyelids drooped as if she were on the verge of sleep.

She has tied her hair in one drooping plait.

The horse stood with head drooping dejectedly and refused to start.

He had a long lugubrious face with drooping jowls and soft pouches beneath the eyes.