- n. Plural form of droplet.
“But scientists give more credit to the high pressure and high temperature of the gusher that spewed the oil in droplets so tiny, they didn't float to the surface.”
“Everyone dispersed like droplets from a splash of water hitting the ground, drifting away from the gate and away from each other.”
“Smallpox is spread from one person to another by large droplets from the mouth and throat of people who have the disease.”
“I could make out the spatter/droplets from the exit wound, too.”
“In this way he measured the velocity of fall, which for such small droplets is only a fraction of a millimeter a second.”
“Greatly expanded from her 1970s work, which used mainly toys and needlework, "D/I" employs hundreds of what Messager calls "droplets" -- photographs, light bulbs, fabric scraps and stuffed animals -- hanging from the ceiling on threads.”
“SLD, which Hickey defined as droplets that are "larger in size than we have previously assumed was very typical in icing conditions", was a key factor in the crash of an ATR72 near Roselawn, Indiana, in 1994.”
“The droplets are a normal, natural occurrence for this time of year, but they're not tree sweat - they're insect urine.”
“The formation of the droplets is a spontaneous process driven by the steep decline in temperature; yet the cloud is just as real.”
“TV series typically like to have a few "droplets" like him, "so youth can be compared to you," he explains.”
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