droopy

[droo-pee]
adjective, droopier, droopiest.
1.
hanging down; sagging.
2.
lacking in spirit or courage; disheartened; dejected.

Origin:
1200–50; Middle English drupi. See droop, -y1

droopiness, noun


2. dispirited, forlorn, despondent, discouraged, downhearted, downcast, doleful, subdued, depressed.
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droopy (ˈdruːpɪ)
 
adj
hanging or sagging downwards: a droopy moustache
 
droopily
 
adv
 
droopiness
 
n

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droopy
"dejected, sad, gloomy," early 13c., drupie, perhaps from droop, perhaps from O.N. drupr "drooping spirits, faintness."
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Example sentences
Conditions could cause the foliage to be all droopy.
Her left one was a little bigger and the right kind of droopy, and they were both lumpy.
But it might come in handy for evolving past the droopy genes prevalent in
  todays society.
Camp stopped talking, his droopy face turned blankly toward the door.
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