drop

Part of speech: verb

To fall, or let fall, in drops.

Part of speech: verb

To fall, or let fall, in any way; give up; dismiss; subside; sink.

Part of speech: noun

A globule of liquid; anything hanging down; a pendant.

Part of speech: noun

A fall; descent.

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Usage examples "drop":

  1. " You get five dollars," he announced to the elevator man, " if you drop to the street without a stop. - "Somewhere in France", Richard Harding Davis.
  2. You will drop right down dead, maybe, or just think how you would feel if mother should die after you've talked so. - "Divers Women", Pansy and Mrs. C.M. Livingston.
  3. " I’ ll drop in to see him again, at your house," said the doctor. - "Ralph of the Roundhouse", Allen Chapman.