Give a drizzle of fresh olive oil and add the onions and crushed red pepper and season with salt.
To plate, place salad on plate and drizzle with pomegranate vinaigrette.
If you like, drizzle the surface of the soup with olive oil.
Start by sprinkling it on some oven-roasted potatoes, or drizzle it over that risotto, or create a big, fat truffled tortilla.
Just before serving, drizzle over a tablespoon or two of olive oil and sprinkle the parsley all over the top.
Onward the great canopy spread toward the sunlit peaks beyond, leaving a trail of drizzle, sleet and snow.
Well, it's only a drizzle and we can take a streetcar to within a block of the house.
Viewed through the drizzle they appeared to be the reddest, the most inflammatory, the most poisonous-looking whiskers I ever saw!
He nodded; she jumped out; and they scurried through the drizzle.
The next morning appeared in a drizzle of rain that followed the beautiful warmth of the day before.
1540s, perhaps an alteration of drysning "a falling of dew" (c.1400), from Old English -drysnian, related to dreosan "to fall," from PIE root *dhreu- (see drip (v.)). Or perhaps a frequentative of Middle English dresen "to fall," from Old English dreosan. Related: Drizzled; drizzling. As a noun, from 1550s.