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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of drip.
“A carpet of empty cartridges, a few white-picked dog bones, and a soggy place where water dripped from a crevice, met his eyes.”
“Small drops of liquid dripped from the sapphires in the hilt.”
“Icicles dripped from the eaves immersing the dwelling in a cheerful crystalline symphony.”
“Lather dripped from the bridle and coated his dark neck where the reins had rubbed.”
“Other house of horror staples were abundant: Murky lighting that gave you just enough visual information to imagine the worst, water that dripped from the ceiling that turned into blood, candles and flashlights that disembodied faces and ambient noise that made it feel as if someone – or a lot of someones — were whispering in your ear.”
“Rain dripped from her dark curls onto her broad shoulders.”
“From there we went McBowling, I bowled two McPerfect 300's while Hank dropped a McBall on her large McFoot and Bertha laughed until a trickle of McBlood dripped from the corner of her McHerpe filled mouth.”
“Prized in the prehispanic era for the curative properties of the milk that dripped from the leaves, stems and flowers when cut, the pigment from the red leaves was also used to dye cotton fibers.”
“Beer dripped from a chubby keg on the breakfast-nook table and a fly buzzed, drowning in the dregs of a tequila sunrise.”
“This particular day, while heâ€ ™ s thinking about what it might be like to settle down with a wife while blood dripped from a gunshot wound to his side, he was on the brink of completing another mission.”
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