Drip in a sentence as a noun

I then drip feed load the assets from the other page.

Rather than hitting them with 10 hours of video all at once, you drip them out to the user at 2 hours per week for 5 weeks.

I think this would be worlds better then the slow euthanasia by morphine drip that we currently use.

The theory is that the Australian one will drip upside-down

This means that you're working on a small, 100% drip feed, which you eventually cash out in a predictable fashion.

Phase 2 would be continue to wait to see if the glass funnel would drip in order to prove whether glass is a solid or liquid.

We also did an experiment where, using a drip irrigation system, we ran water down the roof behind the panels.

Drip in a sentence as a verb

I might actually pick one of these things up if it really does solve that and really deliver something that's more towards espresso rather than drip/press.

Everything bad - all at once, rather than this drip-drip-drip of changes perceived to be hostile towards its developer community.

If you drip drip then it also incentivises public officials to be truthful when answering questions because they don't know whether their claims will be directly contradicted in a weeks time.

Call it "Greenwaldism", which feeds a careful drip of calculated outrage and then harnesses it to attack anyone who points out any accompanying documents that might have caused harm by their disclosure.

But if you can supply a steady drip of negative stories it becomes impossible to get past the growing sense of distrust, especially when people start imagine the worst, and demand to see proof that their darkest fears are unfounded.

In Greenwald's case, that's because it was decided that a titrating drip of stories would keep the narrative alive in the media and, not coincidentally, better serve the interests of the publications releasing the stories.

At off-peak periods, you'll play air conditioner drip Frogger and try to get to your destination without being slimed with a melange of condensation, pigeon poop, and algae/mold/bacteria by inferring a safe path from the locations of puddles on the sidewalk.

Drip definitions


flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid; "there's a drip through the roof"

See also: trickle dribble


the sound of a liquid falling drop by drop; "the constant sound of dripping irritated him"

See also: dripping


(architecture) a projection from a cornice or sill designed to protect the area below from rainwater (as over a window or doorway)


fall in drops; "Water is dripping from the faucet"


let or cause to fall in drops; "dribble oil into the mixture"

See also: dribble drop