from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The drops of water which fall to the ground after being formed by the running together of the particles of fog collecting on solid bodies, especially vegetation.


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  • However, it is usual 'restricted to zones with extra soil moisture such as cool, tropical highlands, and cool, high-ladtude regions with abundant rainfall where mist and cloud cover can be a source of fog-drip precipitation.

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