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  • adj. weak
  • adj. rare

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Weak or rare.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Weak; rare.


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From drip. Compare dribble.


  • I've never read such dripple in all my lfe as most of the posts here.

    Hillary Clinton chokes up in CNN interview

  • I am not gor them using DNC money however, which could dripple the Dems in Congressional/Senate Races.

    State-Run, Party-Funded Primary Being Floated In Michigan

  • She was new to being a dog owner and somewhere in the middle of telling her this and that about Buddy and Sweets and discussing everything else under the sun, I forgot I wasn't wearing a bra and had a dripple of Noxema on my shirt.

    haloaskew Diary Entry

  • I, however, who love Cherries Jubilee, and bananas foster, am gonna get the last of the onion and creamed herring, that final dripple of martini in the bottom of the shaker, and go up and turn on CNN for some snippets of news.

    PESO - banking question


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  • a portmanteau of 'dribble' and 'drip'?

    April 17, 2009