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- v. Present participle of ripple.
- n. A motion or sound that ripples.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An eddy caused by conflicting currents or tides; a tide-rip.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a small wave on the surface of a liquid
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Larry approached the bed, his expression rippling between hopeful and worried.
He thought about how she looked earlier that very day when she had let her true form roll over her - skin rippling to her true blue color, wings and antenna sprouting back into their rightful places (she was breathtaking).
The little waves of the river glittered and shone and rolled lazily down upon the channel, or curled up in rippling eddies towards the shore.
Its houses and public were of uneven height, which lent the city a kind of rippling quali well fitted to a metropolis surrounded by water.
Its houses and public buildings were of uneven height, which lent the city a kind of rippling quality well fitted to a metropolis surrounded by water.
She had flowing red hair, very full breasts, and a kind of rippling walk that forced him to avert his eyes lest he suffer an embarrassing reaction.
The first process to which the freshly pulled flax is submitted is that of "rippling" or the removal of the seed capsules.
Suspended graphene also showed "rippling" of the flat sheet, with amplitude of about one nanometer.
Goldberg, a co-host, wondered who shot the footage and why the flag was "rippling" if there was no wind."
His pump is rippling contractions up and down his abdomen at a pulse of approximately one pumping movement per second.