dewdrop

[ UK /djˈuːdɹɒp/ ]
NOUN
  1. a drop of dew
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How To Use dewdrop In A Sentence

  • It's then that I take time out to fill it, time on my own to discover new jewels that will enhance its sparkle, fresh dewdrops to replenish my pool.
  • Tender as the dewdrop is her glance; yet cold as snow is her behaviour. A Book of Quaker Saints
  • Watch Mrs. Grantly melt, literally melt, like a dewdrop in the sun. Jack London's Short Story: Planchette
  • And squeamishness prevented me looking for a tiny insect to place on a sticky dewdrop leaf.
  • I especially liked the image in one verse where 'cold on his cradle the dewdrops are shining'. Star Search
  • May 14, 2010 at 9:45 pm it isnt a song but a track from imovie called dewdrops Sewing Machine Kitteh - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • It's marked by a tender, fragile, carefully contained beauty, strung together like dewdrops on a spiderweb in the dusky half-light the title suggests.
  • And before we knew it, the sun came out and the puddles dried, leaving only dewdrops and maybe a rainbow.
  • Even small Frances, most self-conscious of Madigans, in a costume so inadequate that Bep's doll would have been scandalized at the idea of wearing it, posed and attitudinized as a Dewdrop. The Madigans
  • Every detail, from the unbroken dewdrop to a tiny wandering ant, is recorded. Times, Sunday Times
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