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How to use drippy in a sentence
Though the cave itself was truly massive, it didn’t have the same drippy, psychedelic rock formations I’d seen in Carlsbad Caverns months earlier.
Spraying results in higher-velocity, uncontrolled water droplets that could somehow get inside your TV or on other electronics, and sloshing a drippy cloth around brings the same risks.
Afternoon highs reach near 40, leaving things a bit drippy as the late-day sun tries to peek out as well.Snow ends, leading to an afternoon of melting; more storm chances to come this week | Brian Jackson, Dan Stillman, Andrew Freedman | February 7, 2021 | Washington Post
The slaw is vaguely like piccalilli or relish, but has a taste and drippy texture like no other.
Leaving 2013 nothing was more disappointing than the drippy, sad, and woefully unfunny disaster Wilson served us, Super Fun Night.
Sometimes he goes to the brook and sits on a stone by a pool there, while I go wading and get my stummick wet and drippy and cool.The Idyl of Twin Fires | Walter Prichard Eaton
But Squire Sandal, though flushed and rumpled looking, had still the air of drippy mornings and hazy afternoons about him.The Squire of Sandal-Side | Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
As I handed him the first slice of drippy lusciousness I turned my head away.The Melting of Molly | Maria Thompson Daviess
As I handed him the first slice of drippy lusciousness, I turned my head away.The Melting of Molly | Maria Thompson Daviess
They have got you now and you're all damp and drippy, and your best girl is having one hysteric after another.At Good Old Siwash | George Fitch
British Dictionary definitions for drippy
informal mawkish, insipid, or inane
tending to drip
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