droop în Engleză
v. sag, sink; wilt, drop, fall; let sink or drop
n. mastitis, infection of the breasts or udder
He made an effort to open them two or three times; his heavy eyelids began to droop.
As he left the room, Lord Henry's heavy eyelids drooped, and he began to think.
His eyelids drooped till the long fringed lashes almost touched his cheek.
If a wretched man has a vice, it shows itself in the lines of his mouth, the droop of his eyelids, the moulding of his hands even.
His lonely ear drooped in desperation at the thought of being without Theo.
The hair would lose its brightness, the mouth would gape or droop, would be foolish or gross, as the mouths of old men are.
To see the dingy cloud come drooping down, obscuring everything, one might have thought that nature lived hard by and was brewing on a large scale.
Her head drooped.
Her head was drooping as though weighed down with a set of serious, entirely new thoughts on the other side of her forehead.
The priest arrived with another who wore a stole and administered all the rites of the extreme unction. After the vicar and the sacristan had gone, Manuel looked at his mother and saw her livid features, her drooping jaw. She was dead.