Dripping [verb]

Definition of Dripping:

drop, trickle

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Sentence/Example of Dripping:

If a toaster oven model is on the larger side and capable of cooking modes like broiling or roasting, you might consider whether it includes a dedicated high-temperature pan or a pan insert for drippings.

A dripping tap is filling it up, one drop the first minute, two drops the second, four drops the third.

The data floats around a blacked-out space in the shape of a woman with a split mouth dripping blood.

If there is dripping water on the mirror, window or walls when showers end, the humidity is too high and could be at least part of the reason for the paint problem.

Add the drippings and, if need be, a few tablespoons of hot water or chicken stock.

His neck was torn open, bitten right through to the windpipe, the blood still dripping from it into a dark pool on the carpet.

Piegan was already mounted, watching us whimsically from under the dripping brim of his hat.

She closed the stove door with a bang, and approaching, assisted in removing Edna's dripping mackintosh.

The wind and rain had ceased, but the dripping of the branches still kept up an excellent imitation of a downpour.

And she recommended great care in dripping the coffee and having the omelet done to a proper turn.