One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘Linda stooped to pick up the bottles’
bend down, bend, lean over, lean down, kneel, crouch down, squat down, hunker down, hunch down
North American informal scooch
2‘he stooped his head’
lower, bend, incline, bow, duck
3‘he tends to stoop when he walks’
hunch one's shoulders, walk with a stoop, be round-shouldered
4‘are you suggesting that I would stoop to blackmail?’
lower oneself, sink, descend, resort
be reduced, go as far as, sink as low as
1‘a tall, thin man with a stoop’
hunch, droop of the shoulders, sag of the shoulders
technical curvature of the spine, kyphosis
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