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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of drizzle.

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Examples

  • It was a gray scene, greasy gray, and the rain drizzled greasily on the pavement stones.

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  • # Sticky, gooey gula melaka drizzled all over the coconut-cream soaked ice-shavings with bouncy cendol and red beans buried underneath.

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  • I have only rarely had success with "drizzled" icing ... it always sinks in.

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  • Or think your favourite restaurant and try 'drizzled'.

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  • When the codfishers returned, enthusiastic because, although it had "drizzled" for fifteen minutes, they had not gotten wet, he scratched his head and regarded his new assistant with awe.

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  • There were fresh peaches to peel and slice, and the melon salad drizzled with raspberry-mint coulis had to stand for at least two hours before the refreshing flavors could be fully appreciated.

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  • I drizzled a bit more of the coconut sauce over the prawns and added the dish to the table.

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  • I just drizzled a little on the soup before serving.

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  • Big beats and electronica also are drizzled in, and much of the credit for the youthful results belongs to guitarist-producer-arranger Sherrod Barnes, who combined soul, folk, house and rap for backdrops.

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  • This adaptation of the recipe includes cranberries, raisins and macadamia nuts, and the cookies are both dipped (on the bottom) and drizzled (on the top) with melted chocolate.

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