Examples from the Web for droplet
But floating out of reach are infinitely many other droplet universes as well.
What he actually said was that he was the “first droplet of the flood,” not blood.
They consist of a minute droplet of protoplasm (mycroprotein) surrounded by a delicate cell membrane.
He inserted half a droplet of the supposed vaccine and plugged in the fractionator's power cable.The Hate Disease|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
The Red Ant (Formica rufa) is singularly adroit in seizing the droplet left it by the plant-louse.The Insect World|Louis Figuier
Then I noticed that not a droplet or smidgin of the jelly remained in the pot.
The droplet sank slowly to the bottom with no apparent effect either way.
British Dictionary definitions for droplet
Word Origin and History for droplet
c.1600, from drop (n.) + diminutive suffix -let.