- bong 'oaakainamaAlipoinamaStoops
Noun(1) an inclination of the top half of the body forward and downward(2) basin for holy water(3) small porch or set of steps at the front entrance of a house
Verb(1) bend one's back forward from the waist on down(2) debase oneself morally, act in an undignified, unworthy, or dishonorable way(3) descend swiftly, as if on prey(4) sag, bend, bend over or down(5) carry oneself, often habitually, with head, shoulders, and upper back bent forward
(1) I don't believe our youths would stoop so low as to desecrate the graves or vandalise the cemetery.(2) What I remember most is sitting on the back stoop of the house, crying.(3) she was unwilling to believe that anyone could stoop so low as to steal from a dead woman(4) We, the virtuous local media, would never stoop so low!(5) The ferryman was watching from the stoop of a nearby clapboard house as we rolled up.(6) It is astonishing the columnist could stoop so low.(7) We've been sitting on the front stoop of an unlit house, blinking into the darkness, waiting, or so we thought.(8) Craig wouldn't stoop to thieving(9) There was a horrible sensation of plunging into the abyss, falling, falling as swiftly as a falcon in stoop .(10) They descended on the village like a falcon in stoop .(11) If I, and all my friends, had given her the love and encouragement she so obviously needed, perhaps she wouldn't have felt the need to stoop to these depths to try and gain our attention.(12) Why am I not surprised that they would stoop to cheating?(13) The fact that he is willing to stoop to this sort of outright revisionism in order to make his point demonstrates the abject lack of substance to his arguments.(14) he tends to stoop when he walks(15) I was legitimately surprised when I saw Tucker, along with Emma and Hayden standing on the front stoop of my father's house.(16) Ask yourself - when you hear your political adversaries stoop to empty insults like this, do you feel that they're helping their cause or hurting it?
(1) stoop down :: kuinama
1. hunch ::
2. porch ::
3. stoup ::
4. stoep ::
6. lower ::
7. hunch one's shoulders ::
mabega hunch mtu
8. lower oneself ::
9. bend ::
Different Formsstoop, stooped, stooping, stoops
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