Prepositions after "stoop"

stoop to, in, beside, for or towards?

In 88% of cases "stoop to" is used

I do not wish to stoop to that.

Gulag? We can all stoop to name-calling.

I notice how so often they stoop to cursing too.

If you say what you really want to say to her, you'll just be stooping to her level.

It's a shame that people have to stoop to that level, of making another blogger look bad.

Khaitan, that they can stoop to any low level in insulting somebody, and surprisingly mr.

I find him to be a fundamentally dishonest person who will go to any length and stoop to any low just denigrate anyone and anything pro-copyright.

They will always try to bring you down to their level of thinking or stoop to their level of thinking or who have breed to perpetuate their ignorance further.

Plainly it is the work of an artist, of an author who does not stoop to the expected stencils and who sees people with her own eyes rather than through borrowed spectacles.

This is what the press statement says: I hope that Emirates is able to pull Qantas up, as opposed to Emirates stooping to Qantas shonky standards in all aspects of its service.

In 5% of cases "stoop in" is used

I look down Till his straining rump among the flowerbeds Bends low, comes up twenty years away Stooping in rhythm through potato drills Where he was digging.

In 2% of cases "stoop beside" is used

Francis, also in the room, stooped beside a bed but was seen by the gunmen who shot him several times through a window.