Meaning of droopiness in English:



See droopy

‘At times, it was accused of dramatic droopiness, lazy diction, and a lack of emotional involvement.’
  • ‘As one ages, the distinction between the two is obliterated by extra skin, fat, and droopiness in the jowl area.’
  • ‘Ten minutes later, they were almost out and the droopiness on their side had turned to frustration and anger.’
  • ‘He had a broad face with the common droopiness of skin under his chin that most old men have.’
  • ‘The droopiness of her face only served to accentuate the sharp corners of her thin mouth.’