dewdrop

[doo-drop, dyoo-]
noun
a drop of dew.

Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English. See dew, drop

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dewdrop (ˈdjuːˌdrɒp)
 
n
1.  a drop of dew
2.  euphemistic (Brit) a drop of mucus on the end of one's nose

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Example sentences
The former wading pool fountain was replaced with a dewdrop.
They have never seen a rose-bush nor a dewdrop in the sun.
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