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dewdrop

[ doo-drop, dyoo- ]
/ ˈduˌdrɒp, ˈdyu- /
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noun
a drop of dew.
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Origin of dewdrop

1150–1200; Middle English. See dew, drop
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British Dictionary definitions for dewdrop

dewdrop
/ (ˈdjuːˌdrɒp) /

noun
a drop of dew
British euphemistic a drop of mucus on the end of one's nose
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