driblet driblet


  • (n) a small indefinite quantity (especially of a liquid)



  1. From the driblet of manuscripts that got safely by them, Editor Blossom bought 125 to 150 a year.
  2. She is a kept waif, chug-a-lugging champagne from the bottle like Coke, sticking out her tongue as if hunting a refractory driblet of ice cream.
  3. Compared with Ted Turner's $1 billion pledge to the United Nations, White's largesse is a driblet.


  • Forget Quantifying Yourself, Driblet Wants To Help You Quantify Your Water Use

    So our Hackathon technically ended yesterday, but that doesn't mean we're through shining the light on some of the great projects that presented on our stage. Take Mexico-based startup Driblet, for instance. The three-person team (who just recently took home the top prize at AngelHack Monterrey) makes a smart water meter that connects to the water pipes in your house. It sits between the pipe ...
    on September 10, 2013     Source: TechCrunch

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