Ye planets and clouds, cast down your dews and rain, That the earth may bear out healthful savour plain.
It is cool and fresh with the dews of morning and of evening.
Day after day the sun had blazed through a cloudless sky; night after night the dews had fallen and refreshed the earth.
The dews are very plentiful, advantageously supplying the place of rain.
But one day Ona tah wandered away in search of dews for her kernels.
The stains of sordid traffic shall be cleansed by the dews and the rains.
These two fed on the dews of the morning; a woman and a man they were.
Father, put on your hat; the dews are falling, and you are not as young as you used to be.'
dews, a native state of Central India consisting of two combined states with two chiefs.
Night came on with her thousand stars, and brought me the dews of sleep.
Old English deaw, from Proto-Germanic *dawwaz (cf. Old Saxon dau, Old Frisian daw, Middle Dutch dau, Old High German tau, German Tau, Old Norse dögg "dew"), from PIE root *dheu- (2) "to flow" (cf. Sanskrit dhavate "flows, runs").
Water droplets condensed from the air, usually at night, onto cool surfaces near the ground. Dew forms when the temperature of the surfaces falls below the dew point of the surrounding air, usually due to radiational cooling. See also frost.
Marijuana (1960s+ Narcotics)