lop

Part of speech: verb

To cut off, as the top of anything.

Part of speech: verb

To droop, as the ears of some dogs.

Part of speech: adjective

Lopeared.

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Usage examples "lop":

  1. Love's young dream, I muses to myself, how swift it fades when a man has the nature and disposition of a lop- eared rabbit! - "The Man Upstairs and Other Stories", P. G. Wodehouse.
  2. We know how the gymnasium can metamorphose a loose- jointed, lop- sided, stoop- shouldered, shamble- gaited young fellow. - "On the Firing Line in Education", Adoniram Judson Ladd.
  3. Another thing to look out for on these mountain lakes is that a bit of wind very quickly makes quite fair- sized waves, which, with a heavily loaded boat, may lop in over the side, if your helmsman is not very careful, and swamp the boat. - "Young Knights of the Empire", Sir Robert Baden-Powell.