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- adj. Abounding with drizzle; drizzling
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Characterized by small rain, or snow; moist and disagreeable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Drizzling; consisting of or characterized by drizzle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. wet with light rain
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ROBERTS: Well, from New England all the way down south, it's just one of those foggy, kind of drizzly days.
It was pouring, and then ultimately, it would be kind of drizzly, and then it would be icy cold.
I lived in Cleveland for a short time as a kid and remembered it being kind of drizzly and grey, climate-wise.
It may be chilly and drizzly, but the penguin families are out for a day at the beach -- literally.
The Richest Man in the World's official title holder, Jack Winslow, has a plan to abolish the drizzly season of Hamble by harnessing the power of a captured dwarf sun, but everyone who opposes his project seems to wind up flash fried - from the inside!
It's cloudy and drizzly til about 1, so I have time for that.
The show's grey and drizzly Glasgow setting differentiates it from The L Word's sunny Californian sheen as does its sense of humour.
It's worth spending a dank and drizzly autumn weekend finding out.
Tea Party supporters gathered Thursday on a cold, drizzly day near the Capitol to remind lawmakers of their promises to make big cuts in spending.
That afternoon the sky became overcast again, and squally, drizzly weather set in.