- laat hang
Noun(1) a shape that sags
Verb(1) droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness(2) hang loosely or laxly(3) become limp
(1) I am reluctant, droop my head, claim to be tired/unwilling/sick of being a show pony.(2) the exhausted droop of her shoulders(3) Slowly my own eyelids began to droop with weariness.(4) Chin down, eyes focused slightly above the reflection of her forehead to expose the whites and avoid a sleepy droop .(5) Miraculously, the droop in one of the leaves is gone.(6) It has tall, multi-coloured apartment towers that bend and droop , and people drop extended planks between buildings to visit each other.(7) the exhausted droop of her shoulders(8) the scenes are so lengthy that the reader's spirits droop(9) There was a look of sorrow and concern in her eyes, emphasised by a slight droop of her mouth.(10) Mopheads bloom in solid masses, their clusters often so heavy that they cause their stems to droop and bend.(11) The bill is relatively short and fine-tipped, with a slight droop at the end.(12) Her mom continued to regard Vicki with a softer version of the smile, which made Vicki look away and her lips droop downward.(13) Minimizing the droop would enable the shaft to deliver the clubhead to the ball in a more consistent and efficient manner.(14) My upper lids had acquired a permanent droop and there were bags below them.(15) Her extraocular movements are normal, her cranial nerves are intact, and she has no facial droop .(16) A trace of a smile lifted the corners of her full lips and the petulant droop disappeared.
1. sag ::
3. close ::
4. be despondent ::
5. wilt ::
6. loll ::
7. flag ::
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