adjective, droop·i·er, droop·i·est.
Origin of droopy
Examples from the Web for droopy
For the latter group, as long as a cake is delicious, it is considered a success, regardless of its droopy center.
His droopy carriage and shriveled feature betray you at first sight.Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves|Work Projects Administration
She was a pretty enough girl in a droopy, blonde, saucer-eyed way, but not the sort of breath-taker that takes the breath.Right Ho, Jeeves|P. G. Wodehouse
She dropped her arm, moved away, and put the droopy hat back in its box.In Apple-Blossom Time|Clara Louise Burnham
British Dictionary definitions for droopy
Word Origin and History for droopy
"dejected, sad, gloomy," early 13c., drupie, perhaps from droop, perhaps from Old Norse drupr "drooping spirits, faintness."