1. a small indefinite quantity (especially of a liquid)
    there is not a drop of pity in that man
    a drop of each sample was analyzed
    years afterward, they would pay the blood-money, driblet by driblet
    he had a drop too much to drink
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How To Use drib In A Sentence

  • You must avoid applying concentrated materials to the tree at gallonages that allow the material to dribble to the lower surface of the fruit.
  • He was a right-footed left winger, a prolific scorer who cut in from the wing with pace and superb dribbling skills. Times, Sunday Times
  • Man, these people are just too stupid to be trusted with appointments - and too timorous to deserve to a university position from which to dribble out the contents of their weak little minds.
  • The cheese sauce dribbling over his face. Times, Sunday Times
  • If a player couldn't use the side of the ball to accelerate his dribble, we might never see another layup.
  • What can be said in favor of a sport that involves 'dribbling'? :Acquired Taste
  • So to lead off the first inning, Jeter knocked a dribbler into the grass by the third base line, and beat out what was effectively a swinging bunt for his 2,995th hit, and his first since June 13. Jeter Gets It Going as Sabathia Wins His 12th Game
  • Horses clattered through the whiteness, their backs and foreheads sporting melting ice dribbling over their dished faces.
  • He was dribbling slowly down the court, looking for the right person to pass to.
  • On one play, he got the ball on the right side and began dribbling toward the baseline.
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