- n a small wave on the surface of a liquid
- v stir up (water) so as to form ripples
- v flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise
- Starting in the ankles, rippling through knees, hips, torso, broad shoulders and 17-in.
- She looked dazed; then the lines of her face altered in a slow, rippling transformation.
- The rippling comedy in Staying On assumes an undertow that will pull Tusker down.
News & Articles
- 'Children' Of Iran's Activists Inherit Love, Loss And Longing
Sahar Delijani was born in an Iranian prison, where her parents were held as political activists. Her debut novel, Children of the Jacaranda Tree, is inspired by true stories of the post-revolutionary Iran she was born into and follows the rippling effects of oppression forward into the present.
June 16, 2013 - NPR
- Carson Rae Christensen
Like pebbles skipped across the water, leave a rippling effect, Carson Christensen’s life ended all too soon. God opened up his arms and welcomed him home.
June 15, 2013 - Laurel Outlook
- New river trail offers more than just a nice view
NORTHUMBERLAND -- The peaceful Riverwalk Sensory Trail features hidden curves and luscious greenery as it wends its way alongside the rippling waters of the Hudson River. On Saturday afternoon, several dignitaries, volunteers and local residents gathered to officially open the trail and the Kayak Launch.
June 15, 2013 - The Post-Star
- Peter Lai in Forbes
The Hong Kong market is in directionless trade. Aftershocks of US subprime mortgage woes are likely to continue rippling through markets in the Asia-Pacific region,said Peter Lai, director of DBS Vickers Securities Ltd.
- Mark Udall in Forbes
This closure has had strong implications on access to credit locally and has had a rippling effect throughout this community,Udall said.