Drizzly [adjective]

Definition of Drizzly:

wet, wettish

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Sentence/Example of Drizzly:

Freezing rain and drizzle is starting to transition to sleet and, in our northwest areas, some snow.

Even after the steadier precipitation subsides, patchy freezing drizzle may linger, with spottier heavier mixed precipitation.

Temperatures only slowly lift up through the 30s with a few spots potentially touching 40 after the light rain and drizzle end by early afternoon.

After the possibility of 1 to 3 inches of snow this evening, freezing rain and drizzle could add a slick glaze into early Tuesday morning.

Sadly, I never quite got around to testing the rumor out for myself on the days I rode my bicycle past the library, hurrying to get out of the drizzle or morning fog.

The honey drizzle can be made up to 1 day in advance, then covered and refrigerated.

By afternoon, all that is left is occasional drizzle and patches of fog.

It was a drizzly day and the ground wet, so the grave soon filled with water.

As I floundered upward in the late spring rain, gaining the bare summit under the drizzly sky, a rush of dogs met me.

The cathedral clock struck three as he came out into the drizzly morning, and all the other clocks in the town took it up.