It dripped down from my head to my toes in slow motion, as if treacle had been poured over me.
Beside a statue of Mordecai Anielewicz, the hero of the Warsaw uprising, dripped a crude cartoon of an Auschwitz-bound train.
It was a review of Lady Macbeth, and it dripped with malice.
There was a gash on the latter's cheek, and the blood from it dripped on his cuirass.
"The minute you dripped water on that thing you changed," Shann continued.
Blood covered Moe's horns, dripped through the long hair on his neck, and trickled down between his eyes.
He might have seen as tragic as ever dripped on Stage, had he looked.
He was covered from head to foot with some sticky substance, which dripped from all over him.
But the blood that dripped slowly on the floor was no redder than his eyes.
By that time, much of the water had dripped from my clothes, and I was able to sit on the carpet of earth with some comfort.
mid-15c., from drip (v.). The slang meaning "stupid, feeble, or dull person" is first recorded 1932, perhaps from earlier American English slang sense "nonsense" (1919).
The process of forming and falling in drops.
Moisture or liquid such as medication that falls in drops.