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1. My eyes start to droop.
2. His eyes started to droop.
3. Even the trees seem to droop.
4. Leofric’s eyelids started to droop.
5. What’s that? Her eyes were starting to droop.
6. Henry’s eyelids droop and his head hits the marble.
7. However, I couldn’t help but droop like a withered.
8. Are there some of us to droop and die? has the hour come?
9. Her head would droop, and her hands and feet were like stones.
10. There was a slight droop of the face after the nerve was injected.
11. Do they droop and end their lesson, wearied over there beyond the seas?
12. My eyelids droop as my body relaxes deeper, and my mouth lifts into a smile.
13. Her eyes droop, even as she gives me what is supposed to be an encouraging smile.
14. The light in her eyes flickered and died and Millicent let Alexia’s head droop.
15. The waterfall murmured in the background and before long his eyelids began to droop.
16. After the surgery there was no pain for 3 years though he has a bit of facial muscle droop.
17. An awkward, lopsided smile that caused one side of his face to rise and the other to droop.
18. Austin’s head started to droop, but the resistance inside his throat made him keep his head tilted back.
19. The very droop of his shoulders showed that his own selfcastigation was more cruel than any she could give.
20. They droop, quickly, together, then eventually seal shut as if they are grand doors upon a pyramid’s frame.
21. Then, he raised her head as though to see the essence of her soul but saw her droop her eyelids in anticipation.
22. In poor health or diseased condition they droop down like the soft hair of an animal or the stems of faded flowers.
23. His eyes started to droop once more as he sat and listened to the quiet lapping of the murky water around his boots.
24. Pons face turned from a happy smile to a sad droop and spoke again to the girls in Thai, and then to Spock and Stu.
25. Yes, yes, if you please! It is already late, said he, and nodding his head he let it droop and again closed his eye.
26. He lingered for a while, morose and reluctant, before he rose, circling noiselessly with a sinister droop of beak and claws.
27. It was really the worst of taste when you were the sinner to look like the sinned against; to look ill-used; to droop openly.
28. For three days he watered this cabbage with a distillation of arsenic; on the third, the cabbage began to droop and turn yellow.
29. For a moment they both stare up at the threshold, where an arch of flowers are carved into the stone to droop ominously over them.
30. And when she had turned to point in the direction of the phone, she let the barrels of the gun droop, giving him the opportunity he had been waiting for.
31. Everybody else seemed to have gone to bed, and even Ambrose, who had been bicycling all day, had begun visibly to droop before I could persuade her to come home.
32. The first time it came back we felt the blow and drooped; the second time we felt it but did not droop; the third time we felt nothing; the fourth time we laughed.
33. My eyelids began to droop and the warmth of the night slowly turned into a soft buzz in my head, the sort of sound that so often precedes the sudden slip into sleep.
34. Now Kate whisper’d something in his Ear, and now suddenly he wore a troubl’d Mien, his Moustache seem’d to droop, his Mouth quiver’d as if he should begin to cry.
35. He was relieved to have the opportunity to leave when he saw Blackthorn's body start to droop and the talk that had flowed non-stop since his arrival began to waver and wane.
36. He, seeing her droop behind the jug, seeing her gazing drearily at nothing in particular, jumped up and took a book from the shelves and without more ado began to read aloud.
37. Having lifted her head and let her arms droop lifelessly, as ballet dancers do, Natasha, rising energetically from her heels to her toes, stepped to the middle of the room and stood still.
38. Having lifted her head and let her arms droop lifelessly, as ballet dancers do, Natásha, rising energetically from her heels to her toes, stepped to the middle of the room and stood still.
39. One saw it in the lines of her figure, the make and motion of her hands, the flow of her dress, the droop of her hair, unconscious yet harmonious, and as attractive to many as beauty itself.
40. Her eyes were red, her eyelids heavy with tears, her face was pinched and narrower, the corners of her mouth had a most piteous droop, her very hair, pushed back off her forehead, seemed sad, and hung in spiritless masses about her neck and ears.
41. Almost every event out of the usual daily course "marked an epoch" for him or else was "history"; unless with his pomposity struggling with a discomfited droop of his rubicund, rather handsome face, set off by snow-white close hair and short whiskers, he would mutter—.
42. His eyes would droop now and again, sometimes for ten minutes at a time; then he would shudder, wake up, remember all that had passed and raise the blood-stained rag bound about his hand to prove the reality of his thoughts; then he would relapse into eager, feverish thought.
43. The great speakers and writers are exiled, they lie sick in distant lands, The cause is asleep, the strongest throats are choked with their own blood, The young men droop their eyelashes toward the ground when they meet; But for all this Liberty has not gone out of the place, nor the.
44. Her dress was not uncomfortable anywhere; her lace berthe did not droop anywhere; her rosettes were not crushed nor torn off; her pink slippers with high, hollowed-out heels did not pinch, but gladdened her feet; and the thick rolls of fair chignon kept up on her head as if they were her own hair.
45. Like thee and thine, venerable chief," she continued, pressing her hands convulsively on her heart, and suffering her head to droop until her burning cheeks were nearly concealed in the maze of dark, glossy tresses that fell in disorder upon her shoulders, "the curse of my ancestors has fallen heavily on their child.
46. Zephine and Dahlia, whom chance had made beautiful in such a way that they set each off when they were together, and completed each other, never left each other, more from an instinct of coquetry than from friendship, and clinging to each other, they assumed English poses; the first keepsakes had just made their appearance, melancholy was dawning for women, as later on, Byronism dawned for men; and the hair of the tender sex began to droop dolefully.
47. But no weather interfered fatally with my walks, or rather my going abroad, for I frequently tramped eight or ten miles through the deepest snow to keep an appointment with a beech tree, or a yellow birch, or an old acquaintance among the pines; when the ice and snow causing their limbs to droop, and so sharpening their tops, had changed the pines into fir trees; wading to the tops of the highest hills when the show was nearly two feet deep on a level, and shaking down another snow-storm on my head at every step; or sometimes creeping and floundering thither on my hands and knees, when the hunters had gone into winter quarters.
48. Her face even now after the soul-rending time she had been having, in spite of the shadows beneath the eyes, the droop at the corners of the mouth, in spite, too, it must be said of the flagrantly cottage fashion in which Annalise had done her hair, seemed to the Prince so extremely beautiful, so absolutely the face of his dearest, best desires, so limpid, apart from all grace of colouring and happy circumstance of feature, with the light of a sweet and noble nature, so manifestly the outward expression of an indwelling lovely soul, that his eyes, after one glance round the room, fixed themselves upon it and never were able to leave it again.
49. It was that time of the year, the turning-point of summer, when the crops of the present year are a certainty, when one begins to think of the sowing for next year, and the mowing is at hand; when the rye is all in ear, though its ears are still light, not yet full, and it waves in gray-green billows in the wind; when the green oats, with tufts of yellow grass scattered here and there among it, droop irregularly over the late-sown fields; when the early buckwheat is already out and hiding the ground; when the fallow lands, trodden hard as stone by the cattle, are half ploughed over, with paths left untouched by the plough; when from the dry dung-heaps carted onto the fields there.
50. It was that time of the year, the turning-point of summer, when the crops of the present year are a certainty, when one begins to think of the sowing for next year, and the mowing is at hand; when the rye is all in ear, though its ears are still light, not yet full, and it waves in gray-green billows in the wind; when the green oats, with tufts of yellow grass scattered here and there among it, droop irregularly over the late-sown fields; when the early buckwheat is already out and hiding the ground; when the fallow lands, trodden hard as stone by the cattle, are half ploughed over, with paths left untouched by the plough; when from the dry dung-heaps carted onto the fields there comes at sunset a smell of manure mixed with meadow-sweet, and on the low-lying lands the riverside meadows are a thick sea of grass waiting for the mowing, with blackened heaps of the stalks of sorrel among it.
1. His silence will sit drooping.
2. She sighed, her head drooping.
3. He departed with drooping head.
4. My drooping eyes looked at Brown.
5. Kate took a seat on the drooping cot.
6. His eyes were drooping from weakness.
7. His sharp hoof raked her drooping face.
8. He habitually walked with drooping head.
9. He was walking along with drooping head.
10. O’Brien tripped over his drooping pants.
11. He stood with drooping jaw and stony eyes.
12. He glanced at her through his drooping lids.
13. He stood up, his little shoulders drooping.
14. His eyes were drooping as he leaned his head.
15. It was supported by the drooping of her eyelids.
16. Because of their drooping ears both lines are prone.
17. Kirk placed a hand on the doctor’s drooping shoulder.
18. Familiar voice? Familiar drooping blond walrus moustache.
19. Its eyes were large and blue and its ears were drooping.
20. He walked thus for some time, with his head still drooping.
21. Raphael, answered the one with the drooping mustache.
22. He had the same drooping eyes and small mouth as Maree Finch.
23. O brown halo in the sky near the moon, drooping upon the sea!.
24. Her eyelids, weighted with trouble, continued drooping as before.
25. The moon, drooping in the western board, looked at her radiantly.
26. Its eyes of green and black were rolling, eyelids drooping with.
27. I stand in the dark with drooping eyes by the worst-suffering and.
28. The horse stood with head drooping dejectedly and refused to start.
29. This poem drooping shy and unseen that I always carry, and that all.
30. He will deceive you somehow! cried the child, drooping her eyes.
31. Head drooping, he said, "I guess — I should’ve told you that ha?".
32. The horse stood spread-legged, head and tail drooping as Moshe neared it.
33. As he stood there, shoulders drooping, his parents materialized before him.
34. With drooping head Princess Mary left the crowd and went back to the house.
35. His head was drooping and his shoulders sagged as he sat still in the chair.
36. Then he scratched his neck and settled down in his former drooping position.
37. His arms rested limply along his body, his fingers drooping in complete calm.
38. Drooping one leg over the side supporting himself on the floor with the other.
39. He walked slowly, with drooping head, in an attitude of reflection and sadness.
40. One was a woman, our client, drooping and faint, a handkerchief round her mouth.
41. And when it did nothing would save it from, the drooping jaws and massive teeth.
42. Killian was slumped next to her, nibbling on a his chicken leg, his eyes drooping.
43. Again raising her brow and drooping her eyeballs his aunt looked at him curiously.
44. I would hang very dismally, with drooping head and wings, on those exalted hooks.
45. Marsh sedge grew there, pink, sweet-scented valerian and the drooping water avens.
46. In the damper hollows the Mauritia palms threw out their graceful drooping fronds.
47. Use the rolling pin to trim off the excess dough drooping over the sides of the pan.
48. I wonder how she is, he thought dreamily as drooping eyelids shut out the heavenly view.
49. He had, however… He stopped suddenly, looking at the poor drooping figure on the bed.
50. He was pressing one hand to his left side, while the other clutched his drooping pistol.
51. Suddenly, agriculture raised her drooping head, for commerce beckoned her to prosperity.
52. The afterlunch wore on, and by supper time the kedas were drooping their eyes in complaint.
53. Only a blurry Maldynado stood, sword drooping, chest heaving, as he watched her uncertainly.
54. Bees moved so slowly around the drooping honeysuckle we felt they must be as lethargic as we.
55. He was tired and upset, and sat with drooping head, staring at the floor with his tired eyes.
56. With what little energy I had left, I watched the scene before me as I felt my eyelids drooping.
57. Katerina Ivanovna looked at her nephew with raised brows and drooping eyeballs, in silent amazement.
58. Landau was sitting at the window, leaning on his elbow and the back of his chair, his head drooping.
59. But who…? He lifted the brim of his drooping hat in order to inspect the children more clearly.
60. The left eye drooping out of the socket and laying half eaten on the discoloured flesh of its cheek.
61. Though his ears were pointed, as were all elves, the tips were slumped over and drooping to the earth.
62. Kailus was tall and solid with a wide chest and a closely cropped black beard with drooping moustaches.
63. Her drooping shoulders had picked up and it looked like a huge burden had been taken off her shoulders.
64. Every one has something of their own, Shatov said, still more softly, his head drooping lower and lower.
65. So butchers rake the tongues of bison out of the prairie grass, regardless of the torn and drooping plant.
66. Jean Valjean, his head drooping and his chin resting on his breast, perceived neither Basque nor the candle.
67. Look at that drooping humbled child! Abandon her not until you leave her in the habitations of civilized men.
68. Getting out of his calèche, he waited with drooping head and breathing heavily, pacing silently up and down.
69. Simple roll casts can be made with a stationary loop of line drooping to the water’s surface from the rod tip.
70. The whole hand was now drooping and the fingers were elongating, dripping slowly towards the counter like hot wax.
71. They were small and folded at first, drooping and oozing some sort of slimy stuff, but they were definitely wings.
72. The color of his hair hinted at it, as did his drooping ears, but for Emily, it was his eyes that truly gave it away.
73. The Heathflower thing came straight off the course, and stood spiritlessly, drooping her head and blinking her eyes.
74. He rolled over and climbed up to his knees, and then stood up, drooping his hurt shoulder to protect it from tension.
75. His flight suit was torn to his waist; his head, wrapped in drooping bandages, hung so low his chin touched his chest.
76. It was a maroon velvety dress, with fine drooping sleeves and a silver belt that perfectly accented the waistline area.
77. He is kneeling on the street, on the edge of a gutter filled with still water, his head drooping between his shoulders.
78. The chauffer of one, dressed so fine, lounged against the bonnet, his cap at an angle, a cigarette drooping from his lips.
79. He stood thus for several minutes, with drooping head, tracing figures in the sand, with the cane which he held in his hand.
80. There was no dagger in her fingers; they grasped a stalk of golden lotus, the crushed blossoms drooping on the bruised stem.
81. Before long he felt his eyelids drooping but he had very little resistance to the encroaching sleep which soon took him over.
82. She walked bent forward, with drooping head, like an old woman; the weight of the bucket strained and stiffened her thin arms.
83. Other seven faces there were, carried higher, seven dead faces, whose drooping eyelids and half-seen eyes awaited the Last Day.
84. He'll tuck a loose strand of hair gently back into her braids and pluck up a drooping flower that's come loose during the night.
85. Round the fire the soldiers lay stretched out sleeping, all except the subaltern, who sat with his head drooping over his knees.
86. Her hindquarters were a little drooping, and in her fore-legs, and still more in her hind-legs, there was a noticeable curvature.
87. A cap with a drooping leather visor partly concealed his face, burned and tanned by sun and wind, and dripping with perspiration.
88. Her hind-quarters were a little drooping, and in her fore-legs, and still more in her hind-legs, there was a noticeable curvature.
89. Drooping in spirit and closing their eyes before the menacing cloud of death that overhung them, they dared not look life in the face.
90. The needles clicked lightly in her slender, rapidly moving hands, and he could clearly see the thoughtful profile of her drooping face.
91. The police officer looked around, and noticing the pancake-shaped hat of the convict lifted it up and put it on the wet, drooping head.
92. The associate with the long beard and kind, drooping eyes, who was suffering from catarrh, feeling very weak, turned to the justiciary:.
93. Ranged like the heads of malefactors on Temple Bar were hats--emerald and white, lightly wreathed or drooping beneath deep-dyed feathers.
94. He walked with drooping head for the first time in his life, and likewise, for the first time in his life, with his hands behind his back.
95. Priscilla sighed, and stood drooping and penitent by the dresser while he went down the room to where Robin still leaned against the wall.
96. I can see him now, with yellow, pasty face, drooping lids, and pin-point pupils, all huddled in a chair, the wreck and ruin of a noble man.
97. And now here is another breathing exercise which will help to counteract bad posture, drooping and round shoulders, and curvature of the spine.
98. He walked past the couch to the open window, and held up the drooping stalk of a moss-rose, looking down at the dainty blend of crimson and green.
99. His torso, with sharply drooping shoulders and domed belly, was encased in a tight-fitting Western-cut shirt adorned with mother of pearl buttons.
100. Can we continue this in the morning? I yawned hugely, bringing a hand up to smother it, but I noticed that Harley and Teagan were drooping too.
1. I drooped in my bonds.
2. Wynne drooped in his binds.
3. Now she merely sat and drooped.
4. The orange tears drooped away.
5. Her proud head drooped a little.
6. His head drooped, and his knees.
7. His shoulders drooped at the thought.
8. Hap said nothing as his shoulders drooped.
9. Her shoulders drooped beneath the blanket.
10. Cliff’s fins drooped like wilting leaves.
11. His normally fit body drooped in the chair.
12. Her eyes drooped and her cheeks were peaked.
13. He drooped his head forward and began to weep.
14. His eyelids drooped when tears came to his eyes.
15. Kareltin lowered his eyes and his mouth drooped.
16. Bolter’s jaw tightened and his eyelids drooped.
17. Thick golden earrings drooped from his earlobes.
18. As soon as her eyelids drooped her alarm went off.
19. Boris sighed and drooped his shoulders in disgust.
20. Frodo's hand wavered, and slowly the Phial drooped.
21. Her eyelids drooped and spit dribbled down her cheek.
22. It drooped over the shoulders of his rich looking robe.
23. Her grandmother’s shoulders drooped forward with a sigh.
24. Peter drooped the book he was reading and went into shock.
25. Dolly drooped at lunch, and for the first time didn't smile.
26. Back to her, Cam’s head drooped, his broad shoulders slumped.
27. Blood and parts of the inside of its head drooped off the blade.
28. Okay, what is it? He said as he drooped down in disappointment.
29. Orphenn sat, head drooped in his place around the small fire which.
30. Arturo’s expression drooped, like he was seeing it all over again.
31. My eye lids drooped when the second dose of antihistamines kicked in.
32. Joseph and Mary drooped his eyes, and an Indian looked out for a second.
33. His head drooped, as though he didn’t have the strength to keep it up.
34. Her mouth drooped into a look of disgust, and hatred burned in her eyes.
35. His hat drooped, low about his neck and was pushed high on his forehead.
36. The left side of his face drooped and his left hand no longer functioned.
37. Abraham’s head had drooped until his chin was nearly resting on his chest.
38. Her blueberry eyes were huge with lids that drooped with long golden lashes.
39. For days he had drooped about the empty chicken run, too dispirited to crow.
40. Her shoulders drooped and she wilted even as she stood there swaying unevenly.
41. Anne’s shoulders drooped as she watched the two footmen roll up her tapestry.
42. Snow hung on the maples, oaks, pines and drooped down the huge, black-green laurel.
43. Her eyelids drooped over her eyes again, and shut the world and all its vigours out.
44. Ruths flowers drooped right now, but I felt they would bloom profusely in the spring.
45. A purple bougainvillea drooped from sunlight into shade, dead blossoms on the ground.
46. Her head drooped for a moment with sleepiness and, annoyed, she pulled herself upright.
47. Then the man drooped his head, appearing to be in some kind of negative emotional state.
48. Her eyelids drooped to closed, then reopened as she lowered her chin again onto her hands.
49. Most assuredly, Cerian replied and watched while his eyes drooped and he fell asleep.
50. Aunt Polly had drooped into a settled melancholy, and her gray hair had grown almost white.
51. His eyes drooped as he heard the rapid current flowing past, then a dog’s howling from afar.
52. He tried to hold it up, but then it drooped down until his chin rested on his bony breastplate.
53. He noticed that one of the trees was large and thick, that it drooped over the top of the wall.
54. It was then that I noticed that my left side drooped quite a bit and that of my left eye as well.
55. Having placed this before her, he stood with drooped arms and head, as though awaiting his sentence.
56. Between them stood, or rather drooped, a young man, probably somewhere in his twenties at best guess.
57. Dark circles underscored eyes that drooped at the corners as if they were too tired to open properly.
58. But how slowly he walked! And his great, royal head drooped so that his nose nearly touched the grass.
59. As we neared Jerusalem, the fronds of palm trees drooped since there was not a breath of air stirring.
60. I thought it would wipe away all the…‘ Sebastian‘s head drooped and tears splashed onto the mat.
61. The great head drooped more and more under its tree of horns, and the shambling trot grew weak and weaker.
62. Willie clutched the long wooden seat, and as they jolted over the rough cobbled road, his eyelids drooped.
63. Boy’s wool socks, elastic long since sprung, drooped over ancient school shoes with rips along the toes.
64. My eyelids drooped in anticipation, but instead of igniting my passion, a razor sharp stinging consumed me.
65. Annelle yawned and her eyes drooped; Marcus smiled and nodded his head and I moved over to where Annelle sat.
66. His eyes however, looked like they should almost be out on stalks like keda eyes, stalks that drooped downward.
67. Her white lids drooped over her tawny eyes, and just for an instant the red lips that were level with his met his.
68. The chestnuts that shaded us were in bloom: the air drooped with their persuasive odour and with pollen floating by us.
69. He languidly drooped across a flat, grey stone and gently flicked his tail as he watched her with lazy, half-closed eyes.
70. Her head drooped a little, and she gazed vaguely at his toes as they rhythmically touched and were lifted up from the carpet.
71. The wire fence held by slanting poles drooped to the ground, the front gate slanted into the ground right before the causeway.
72. Over the arch of the main gate a row of spider banners drooped in the still air, above the older sigil carved deep into the stone.
73. Their eyes drooped and their shoulders hunched ever so slightly as they walked as steadily as they could toward an uncertain future.
74. At that sprightly age when her spirits never drooped, she still studied badly, couldn’t concentrate on anything and slept badly too.
75. Her spirits drooped, despite the efforts of the whole Gerald swore more frequently than usual and brought her useless gifts from Jonesboro.
76. When Cami had eaten most of the food on her plate and her eyes drooped, Vince cleared everything away and took her hand, leading her upstairs.
77. It didn’t take Nick long to return to the wankered state and as his face drooped he realised that, he couldn’t go on and wanted to sleep.
78. Isaiah Fomitch's nose drooped visibly as he listened in a sort of frightened curiosity to what we said about the affair; he was much disturbed.
79. As Moore veered further and further from any question, Butterfield’s mind drifted and his eyelids drooped as Pitts snipped and chatted away.
80. The strap from my bag drooped out of the boat and trailed across the sandy soil on the other side of the lighted doorway from where I crouched.
81. His hands were folded on his knees, his head drooped on his breast, his eyes were not opened, and he frowned as though something were choking him.
82. The latter hadn’t said a word since Thomas had entered the room; he just sat there, drooped in his chair, looking like he hadn’t slept in a week.
83. The diamonds flashed in her hair and on her fingers, but her hands were nervously rolling little balls of crumb, and her starry head drooped in despair.
84. I wore all black clothing and bought a big black hat that drooped over my face, so when Jeff glanced in his rear view mirror recognition would be doubtful.
85. The air smelled of baked earth and torn grass, and no breath of wind stirred the banners that drooped atop the keep and gatehouse, green and white and yellow.
86. Dead flowers drooped in a vase on the fireplace mantel, and the armoire doors were opened wide, as if they were pleading with me to come in and find the truth.
87. At the farther end were raspberry-bushes; at the other, near the house, an immense walnut-tree drooped its branches almost into the window of the miser's sanctum.
88. For an instant Fanny's head drooped; for an instant she made odd, uncertain movements with her hand, trailing it backwards and forwards on the rug, her face hidden.
89. The first time it came back we felt the blow and drooped; the second time we felt it but did not droop; the third time we felt nothing; the fourth time we laughed.
90. Gently his counterpart, drooped to kiss the tears from Lizzy’s face, and then said, I will put all we need into this trunk, and meet you here in the barn on Friday.
91. His eyes drooped, his shoulders sagged, and after waiting around nearly half an hour for Riordan to purchase supplies for their trip, he’d become irritable as well.
92. At first when I tried to keep my shoulders back for example, I'd no sooner think of something else and when next I remembered about them, they had long since drooped.
93. I saw it drip with the fresh blood! The remembrance seemed for a while to overpower her, and she drooped and would have sunk down but for her husband's sustaining arm.
94. Edgar’s shoulders sagged and his ears drooped to either side, and he stared limp-whiskered at the fantastic wing-set, unable to do anything but nod in mute, dreadful wonder.
95. She was gowned in blue velvet, and her russet hair, drawn high in a net—a fashion in favor in France—was shaded by a blue velvet hat, over which drooped heavy white plumes.
96. It was getting late and the station sedan, its bonnet raised, stood about fifty metres from where a dim orange lamp drooped from a pole set back into the tree line beside the lay-by.
97. The battery commander was a rather stout man, with a large bald spot on the crown of his head, a thick moustache, which drooped straight down and concealed his mouth, and pleasant brown eyes.
98. She wore silk stockings, and silver-buckled shoes, only the red feather in her hat drooped, and the clasp of her bag was weak, for out fell a copy of Madame Tussaud's programme as she walked.
99. His face was as impassive as ever, but his lids had drooped more heavily over his eyes, and his smoke had curled up more thickly from his pipe to emphasize each curious episode in the doctor's tale.
100. Natasha’s face, which had been so radiantly happy all that saint’s day, suddenly changed: her eyes became fixed, and then a shiver passed down her broad neck and the corners of her mouth drooped.
1. His face droops, then he sighs.
2. O under that moon where she droops almost down into the sea!.
3. Having exhausted her mania, the Administrator drops her head and droops her shoulders.
4. Slowly, gradually, as a withered flower droops, the head of the girl, who would have followed a thief to the end of the world, rested on the shoulder of Dona Emilia, the first lady of Sulaco, the wife of the Senor Administrador of the San Tome mine.
5. On the other hand, young fresh strength droops and is lost for want of sustenance; this is the case with thousands everywhere! A hundred, a thousand good deeds and enterprises could be carried out and upheld with the money this old woman has bequeathed to a monastery.

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