[ US /ˈdɹɪzəɫ/ ]
[ UK /dɹˈɪzə‍l/ ]
NOUN
  1. very light rain; stronger than mist but less than a shower
VERB
  1. moisten with fine drops
    drizzle the meat with melted butter
  2. rain lightly
    When it drizzles in summer, hiking can be pleasant
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How To Use drizzle In A Sentence

  • Place in a shallow dish and squeeze over lemon juice, then drizzle over oil.
  • I don't mind when it rains but I hate that thin film drizzle that seems only to be in the air but manages to soak you in next to no time.
  • She climbed into the jungle gym for the drizzle had quickly changed into a large thunder storm.
  • Tomorrow will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.
  • But, more likely, he has decided it is less of a PR risk to leave a journalist eating a solitary crab pasty in the drizzle than to be trapped alone with her and - God forbid - a tongue-loosening bottle of wine.
  • Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil and bouillabaisse.
  • Then slowly drizzle in the chicken bouillon and onions and blend. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure
  • Froth sauce using a hand-held immersion blender and drizzle foam atop ravioli.
  • Carefully ladle the soup into four bowls and drizzle each bowl with mint oil, below. Times, Sunday Times
  • Drizzle 1 tsp of runny honey over it. Times, Sunday Times
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