dropper dropper  /d ˈrɑ pər/


  • (n) pipet consisting of a small tube with a vacuum bulb at one end for drawing liquid in and releasing it a drop at a time


  1. The film's climactic battle, between two imposing CGI ice bears, is a literal jaw-dropper.
  2. A former Hollywood film producer, Dominick was a creature of parties and a confessed name-dropper.
  3. The real jaw dropper, however, was Ahmadinejad's willingness to attack in the most personal terms.


  1. Miley Cyrus Looks Sexy In A Plunging Swimsuit On ‘Billboard’

    She’s a jaw dropper!
    on June 15, 2013     Source: HollywoodLife

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    on June 13, 2013     Source: PopSugar


  1. "This would be a jaw-dropper of an attraction for Hamilton," said Mayor Fred Eisenberger. "It would be a tremendous new asset for our city, and a major part of the revitalization of downtown Hamilton."
    on May 29, 2009 By: Fred Eisenberger Source: CBC.ca

  2. In his 1999 memoir, "The Way We Lived Then: Recollections of a Well-Known Name Dropper," Dunne recalled a party at Humphrey Bogart's house where he mingled with the likes of Judy Garland and Spencer Tracy.
    on Aug 27, 2009 By: Dominick Dunne Source: Chicago Tribune

  3. "I think the punishment on Friday fit the crime," Gordon said after the race. "I think that anything further than that is going to be extremely disappointing and really kind of a jaw-dropper."
    on Jun 26, 2007 By: Jeff Gordon Source: Pittsburgh Post Gazette

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