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- adv. In a drippy way.
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- adv. in a mawkish and emotional manner
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The "Today" team plans to bid Shalit adieu tomorrow with what one assumes will be a drippily sentimental video montage ... and one also filled with loads of puns.
They are celebrating and even drippily expounding upon Kesler's love note, and are recommending it to all.
An eetee landed on her back, then exploded drippily onto her armor.
Helpfully, they had the words "Steps House" and an up arrow spray-painted drippily onto some of the stone treads.