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drippy

[ drip-ee ]
/ ˈdrɪp i /
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adjective, drip·pi·er, drip·pi·est.
dripping or tending to drip: a drippy faucet.
tending to be rainy, wet, or drizzly: a hot, drippy country; drippy weather.
Slang. revoltingly sentimental; mawkish: another drippy love story.
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Origin of drippy

First recorded in 1810–20; drip + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for drippy

drippy
/ (ˈdrɪpɪ) /

adjective -pier or -piest
informal mawkish, insipid, or inane
tending to drip
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