Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


After the marriage of his daughter he for some time moped and drooped.

Miss Mullet drooped a weary eyelid and sighed a hopeless sigh.

Slowly he drooped his head, and sat there considering, weighing, chin on breast.

The two men looked into each other's eyes and Daniel's drooped.

His eyelids were beating rapidly, then drooped for an instant.

He drooped his head for a moment, and uttered one word—rat-pies!

The laurels of the conqueror of the Turks drooped and withered in Flanders.

But spider-webs have drooped them low, To be His curtain soft and dim.

I must say this subtle flattery did not raise my drooped spirits.

She lifted her head and, as their eyes met, drooped it again, faint with love.