from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Made or designed to prevent dripping: dripless candles; a dripless paint roller.
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- adj. nondrip
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. designed to prevent dripping
Cold Stone Creamery chain is now offering a new "dripless" ice cream, according to Dueling Nostrils: Will It Be the Scent of a Rose or a Marker Pen?
But, of course, not everyone can live with neutral, beige or white décor, so always try to find "dripless" candles if you are using colors.)
Now, using MetaCreations 'Painter 5 program (street price: $299), she creates flake-proof art in a dripless studio.
RN - Your recipe sounds really interesting - dripless popsicles would definitely be less messy.
An ovoid dripless teacup he designed in 1955 garnered what he claimed was "the first patent that had been issued for a teacup in a hundred years."
Use dripless candles if you’d like to keep him bald, otherwise, give him pure white locks, beeswax locks, or hair in several shades of the rainbow.
Most people sleep best in silence, and should keep their door hinges oiled and their faucets dripless.
A young man seemed befuddled by the display of dripless candles.
Generally, designers would say that there can't be enough candles, so don't hesitate to really load up the space, but remember to always use unscented, dripless candles.
It features a high contemporary spout and dripless washerless cartridges and is pressure tested before leaving the factory to insure no leaks at installation.
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