Synonyms of droop in English:

droop


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verb

1‘the horse had his tail drooping’

SYNONYMS
hang down, hang, dangle, bend, bow, stoop, sag, sink, slump, fall down, drop, flop, wilt, become limp, become flaccid, drape
ANTONYMS

be upright

2‘Danny's eyelids were drooping’

SYNONYMS
close, shut, fall
ANTONYMS

open

3‘he had to break some news to her that made her droop still more’

SYNONYMS
be despondent, lose heart, give up hope, become dispirited, become dejected, despond
flag, fade, languish, falter, weaken, wilt, go into a decline, waste away
ANTONYMS

cheer


noun

1‘the lustreless droop of her hair’

SYNONYMS
drooping, sag, sagging, sinking, slump, slumping
bend, bow, bowing, stoop, stooping