verb (used without object), dripped or dript, drip·ping.
verb (used with object), dripped or dript, drip·ping.
Origin of drip
Related formsnon·drip, adjective
Examples from the Web for dripped
It was a review of Lady Macbeth, and it dripped with malice.
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.Ultra-Orthodox Jews Vandalize Jerusalem’s Holocaust Memorial|Alex Klein|June 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Had she not seen the smile upon the dead lips which dripped with lake water?Tess of the Storm Country|Grace Miller White
The room was comfortably cool, but sweat beaded his forehead, dripped from his chin.Voyage To Eternity|Milton Lesser
There was blood on the painted feet, as though the thing had dripped—blood even on the hand that had not held the knife.The Picture of Dorian Gray|Oscar Wilde
I have leaped through the valley and dashed down the mountain; Slept in the sunshine and dripped from the fountain.The Kingdom of Love|Ella Wheeler Wilcox
In his right hand he wielded his heavy francisque that now dripped blood.The Casque's Lark|Eugne Sue
British Dictionary definitions for dripped
verb drips, dripping or dripped
- the usually intravenous drop-by-drop administration of a therapeutic solution, as of salt or sugar
- the solution administered
- the equipment used to administer a solution in this way