Drip [verb]

Definition of Drip:

drop, trickle

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Sentence/Example of Drip:

There are just these tiny little drips of information that get sent to the reader a little bit at a time.

A drip drug that allows engineering of the blood system could become a public health boon as significant as vaccines.

Shading occasionally simulates depth, and drips saunter atop the compositions, as if to ring a final note of disorder.

For example, irrigation systems that deliver water through slow drips cut water use by up to 60% compared with sprinklers.

There has been new reporting that he, too, was in the Justice Department’s crosshairs for stock trades that paid off handsomely at the start of the pandemic, and there has been a steady drip of other news about his stock trades.

Maybe some guacamole from the burrito you’re chowing on drips onto your lap, and you look down to wipe it up.

I lay against a corner of the stockade seat, listening to the wind whispering and to the ceaseless drip-drip of the trees.

Her soft murmuring voice has stolen into his brain; he hears it in the drip, drip of the rain on the sill outside.

Still, there was not much chance of her going out in the fog—and now that he listened, he heard the drip of rain.

The brook was whispering secret things, and the drip from the trees made a soft tinkle, just detectable, on its pools.