drippage

[ drip-ij ]
/ ˈdrɪp ɪdʒ /

noun

a dripping, as of water from a faucet.
an amount formed by dripping: emptying the drippage from under the freezer.

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Origin of drippage

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Example sentences from the Web for drippage

  • The dingy brick walls were streaked by the drippage from the leaky tin gutter that ran along the roof.

    The Narrow House|Evelyn Scott