- v. present participle of trickle.
“Mr. Nur hopes to eventually restore the buildings and sell them at a markup when people begin trickling back.”
“So far, California, New York, and Maryland appear to have the biggest burdens, but that could change when estimates begin trickling in from Florida, Texas, Illinois and Pennsylvania.”
“There's nothing official on that, but that's the word trickling through here, and it's quite possible that's a strong possibility that at least two of the three will be released today.”
“Thin rivulets of blood were trickling from the Basque's nose and lips; his face was ashen with rage and apprehension.”
“Tom Keefe said Friday that the word trickling out of Baghdad was a welcome respite after months of accusations.”
“The terms trickling biofilter, biofilter, biofilm reactor, biological filter, biological trickling filter”
“We even procured some which had never been in a trader's hands – white and black enamel earrings, set with river pearls and amethysts, the property formerly of the Esterhazy family; and a beautiful Sevigné, also in black enamel, wrought in the centre into the figure of a pelican, with its young one, the blood trickling from the breast of the parent bird being represented by a garnet, and the whole trinket terminating in a small green frog.”
“I watch the rain trickling down the windows and can’t help but be overjoyed, for the wetness that lays heavy on my soul is a source of life for my lawn.”
“Meet just two of the Forbes Four Billion Poorest, those pathetic, scarcely sentient humans who form the fastest growing segment of the global economy and whose pathetic few coins trickling up the global opportunity pyramid (or GOP) helped make those 946 'self-made' men the financial titans they are!”
“Green is gone and gas is good, according to early word trickling out of Deloitte LLP's oil and gas conference in The Woodlands on Wednesday.”
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