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  • s  wet with light rain
    a wet drippy day
  • s  leaking in drops
    a drippy faucet
  • s  effusively or insincerely emotional

  • Lyricist Carl Sigman's sentimental lines were the standard drippy stuff, but the lilting waltz tune had an unusually fresh, clean sound.
  • There is a tang in the sauce (reminiscent of Big Mac sauce, except redder and more drippy), hard to describe but delightful.
  • What Japanese horror master Hideo Nakata did for TV sets in his 1998 blockbuster The Ring, he does for drippy faucets in his latest film Dark Water, a tale of urban anxiety .

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