"Take them off and shake 'em," suggested the dropper of the gum.
I saw its head as it rose for my dropper, struck, and hooked the fish.
"Wherever good oysters are to be procured," said Mr. dropper.
Put on a dropper of some kind, say a caperer, as a second chance.
If a microscope is available, dilute this mixture and with a dropper tube place a drop upon a slide.
With a dropper he sucked up a bit of the liquid from the test-tube.
Mr. dropper said that he found it impossible to resist the gentle persuasions of his companions.
Who was the indiscreet eave's-dropper or tale-bearer that gave your lordship the hint concerning this business?
dropper had a checker-board before him, and was superintending a game between his right and left hand.
Eaves′dropper, one who thus listens: one who tries to overhear private conversation; Eaves′dropping.
dropper drop·per (drŏp'ər)
A device that produces drops, especially a small tube with a suction bulb at one end for drawing in a liquid and releasing it in drops. Also called instillator.