One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the horse had his tail drooping’
hang down, hang, dangle, bend, bow, stoop, sag, sink, slump, fall down, drop, flop, wilt, become limp, become flaccid, drape
2‘Danny's eyelids were drooping’
close, shut, fall
3‘he had to break some news to her that made her droop still more’
be despondent, lose heart, give up hope, become dispirited, become dejected, despond
flag, fade, languish, falter, weaken, wilt, go into a decline, waste away
1‘the lustreless droop of her hair’
drooping, sag, sagging, sinking, slump, slumping
bend, bow, bowing, stoop, stooping
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