[ UK /ɹˈɪpəl/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɪpəɫ/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɪpəɫ/ ]
- stir up (water) so as to form ripples
flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise
- a small wave on the surface of a liquid
- (electronics) an oscillation of small amplitude imposed on top of a steady value
How To Use ripple In A Sentence
- Gulf War veterans fighting to prove hundreds of former servicemen have been crippled and killed by a mysterious syndrome caused by their time in the conflict have been dealt a massive blow - their own solicitors say the case is unprovable.
- Ochre and red rippled across the male's mantle, in the delicate, complex traceries of which only males were capable.
- Each time a man stands up for an ideal or acts to improve the lot of others or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope.
- You spend another £10.00 on a programme and a small tub of organic raspberry ripple ice cream.
- It was a breezy morning, the wind sending washboard ripples across the loch. CHAMELEON
- There are some events in history that impact the world so hard their ripples spread out through years and decades.
- One thing you can't hide - is when you're crippled inside. John Lennon
- Even as he watched, a droplet of water dripped heavily down from a stalactite far overhead, landing in the pond with fat, lazy ripples.
- He dips his chin, and just as an expectant gasp ripples through the crowd, Eddie launches himself over the wall into a bramble of wild roses.
- You look over the side of the deck and see smooth flowing waves, and the rain leaving ripples in the water.