NOUN
  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 driblet In A Sentence

  • Edgar noticed that Clyde was wearing a necktie with a driblet design. Underworld
  • There is already among the British soldiers an immense vocabulary of slang or colloquialisms, driblets of which reach us now and then.
  • A driblet of water emerged from the spring to flow along a winding channel and finally trickle down into the chasm. A Spell For Chameleon
  • And, if you're feeling extra decadent, then adding a few driblets of essential oil will also give you a natural aromatherapy bath.
  • With driblets of rust on her hull and at the outset of the anchor cable, she recalled the smirched bathtub of some old hotel.
  • The page-count also gives manga artists room to unfold their stories, shaking the last driblets of pathos from the often-overripe melodrama.
  • years afterward, they would pay the blood-money, driblet by driblet
  • It's miles wide, you see, at the entrance, but later on it is split into two by the Hohenhörn bank: then it gets shallow and very complicated, and ends in a mere tidal driblet with another name. The Riddle of the Sands
  • The questions immediately posed to us by this nasty driblet of history are clear: Who was crazy? Dan Agin: A Demon in the Head I: Madness and Murderous Violence
  • The steamroller would seem to rest too, just sighing little driblets of steam, when the roadmen took their breaks.
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