She hosts lavish dinner parties and poses for photographs in dripping emeralds and barebacked gowns of silver brocade.
Storey said Wright often returned applications “dripping in red pen.”
One of the men who was shot rushed past me holding his shoulder and dripping blood.
By then, dripping with fevered sweat, she would have been inarguably contagious.
It’s arguably the best film of the ‘90s—a postmodern pop culture smorgasbord awash in nihilism and dripping with retro cool.
In an instant he was dripping with beer thrown at him—glass and all—by the irate Quell.
The dripping of water reached the ear; the smell of dampness the nostrils.
His companion now looking at our habiliments, which were in rather a dripping condition, asked John Jones if he had come from far.
It was relieving to hurry across the dripping grass toward the barn.
He dips into the smoking pot of stew and raises a cupful, dripping and delicious; a plate is ready to receive it.
mid-15c., from drip (v.). The slang meaning "stupid, feeble, or dull person" is first recorded 1932, perhaps from earlier American English slang sense "nonsense" (1919).
The process of forming and falling in drops.
Moisture or liquid such as medication that falls in drops.