- n. Plural form of raindrop.
“My glasses covered in raindrops so I couldn’t see.”
“The smell of mud drifts in on the night air, and the raindrops are a backdrop to the teasing, lazy chatter of my kids and extras as they lounge on the floor, engrossed in card game.”
“She sends the sunshine and rain to make them grow," Helen replied; and after a moment she added, "I think the sunshine is Nature's warm smile, and the raindrops are her tears.”
“A few the nice features of the airy beam: the plasma conduit keeps the beam in focus; it tends to be self-healing, which means that small objects such as raindrops will not interfere with the overall path; the light from the plasma pulse does not propagate in the same direction as the beam, so it won't burn out your laser detector at the other end.”
“This time it was a green background with a very nice new logo pic and 'raindrops' on the screen.”
“Also check out my new one "raindrops" when you get a chance.”
“raindrops' upon the dull smooth unevenness of the stones.”
“The gunfire went on and on, and I found myself wondering where all these bullets came from—hundreds every minute, like raindrops on a roof.”
“As raindrops splashed across her windshield, she turned on her wipers and her headlights.”
“/He hears a roll of thunder and feels/scales and raindrops fall in his hair.”
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