Part of speech:
To incline the body or head or bend the knee in greeting, consent, courtesy, acknowledgment, submission, or veneration.
To bend or incline the body so as to rest part of one's weight upon or against something
To cause to droop; stoop.
To bend (the head or knee, for example) low, as in fear or humility.
Hump is defined as to hunch over or arch the back, to hurry or to use a lot of energy, or is vulgar slang to mean having sexual intercourse.
To condescend to give or grant; vouchsafe:
To condescend is to talk to someone in a way that makes it clear you believe that you are better and smarter.
(Intransitive) To reduce in quality or purity.
To descend is defined as to go downward, to become lower in pitch, reaching an undesirable state or can refer to a surprise attack or unwelcome visit.
To lower or drop (something) suddenly:
To lower quickly, especially so as to avoid something:
To reduce the height of
To overcome is to prevail in spite of adversity, to successfully solve a problem or defeat an opponent, or to be consumed with something.
(Politics) To include in a political platform
To sink, droop, or settle from pressure or weight.
(Figuratively) To cause to decline; to depress or degrade.
To give a direction other than perpendicular or horizontal to; make diagonal; cause to slope:
To fall or sink heavily; collapse:
To cause to squat
The definition of submit is to present to others, obey or suggest.
(Intransitive) to move swiftly, as if with a sweeping movement, especially to attack something
To cause to slope or slant; tip
To give in return; produce as a result, profit, etc.
The act of making something straight.
(Intransitive) To become straight.
condescend; lower oneself to another
To cover with an arch or arches.
(Intransitive) To change direction.
To crumple or squeeze; hunch:
(Zoology) To assume a certain position of the body or of body parts, often as part of a display.
Rise is defined as to wake up, stand up, go to a higher place or increase in amount.
Beyond or until a specified time:
A receptacle for holy water, especially a basin set at the entrance of a church. [from 16th c.]
debase oneself morally, act in an undignified, unworthy, or dishonorable way
To lower or bend the head or body, as in a nod or bow.
To be kind or helpful to, but in a haughty or snobbish way, as if dealing with an inferior
To refuse, esp. in a formally polite way
Find another word for stoop. In this page you can discover 49 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for stoop, like: bow, lean, kneel, slouch, hunch, crouch, hump, deign, condescend, degrade and descend.