drippily

ADVERB
  1. in a mawkish and emotional manner
    the violinist played that piece mawkishly
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How To Use drippily In A Sentence

  • In the hands of another writer, the evolution of Fleur's emotions might have been a drippily sincere story.
  • They are celebrating and even drippily expounding upon Kesler's love note, and are recommending it to all. Midge Decter: The Mother Sheehan of the Right
  • It's rural without being drippily so.
  • The "Today" team plans to bid Shalit adieu tomorrow with what one assumes will be a drippily sentimental video montage ... and one also filled with loads of puns. Gene Shalit: Bidding farewell to the punniest movie critic in history
  • Helpfully, they had the words "Steps House" and an up arrow spray-painted drippily onto some of the stone treads. TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com
  • An eetee landed on her back, then exploded drippily onto her armor. Asimov's Science Fiction
  • This was a very engrossing and entertaining mystery, with a good plot and excellent (if a bit drippily female) characters.
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