Dripping in a sentence as a noun

Drivel dripping with sarcasm in a one post tumblr blog.

Make no mistake, the article is dripping in FUD.

They are doing us a huge favor by dripping the content.

The slow dripping allows this case to continue being discussed after six months.

It's just dripping with misplaced rage and entitlement and doesn't even point out a bug in any shipping version of WordPress.

This Cross is not on Church property and the one who is alleged to have noticed the dripping water was not even a Catholic.

I related all this to him as we drove, and what with the blood dripping from various places, i suspect he thought i was delirious.

Dripping in a sentence as an adverb

Really, you're shocked at a hostile reaction when you accuse someone of "false bravado and chest- and/or drum-beating" in a post dripping with condescension?

Is this not dripping with innuendo?Would it have been acceptable if the jokes about forking and dongles had been issued via tweets, rather than aloud?

We honour a cross because it is for us a reminder of the love of Jesus who died for us A second gratuitous assertion is that the dripping Cross has been created by priests who are out to make money!

When this first came out, the adverts on TV showed a movie full of action and dripping in coolness, I went to the first day of opening and the audience was dumbstruck about 15 minutes in, it was so 90210-esque.

You didn't make every shot count, you just fired a barrage of rockets and bullets all towards your enemies.>Halo was "grittier" and less silly than previous shooters had beenYeah, demons from **** with miniguns for arms and blood dripping off their fangs are super silly.

Sigyn, Loki's wife, sat with him holding a basin beneath the dripping venom, yet when the basin became full, she carried the poison away; and during this time the poison dripped on to Loki, causing him to writhe with such violence that all of the earth shook from the force, resulting in what are now known as earthquakes.

Dripping definitions


a liquid (as water) that flows in drops (as from the eaves of house)

See also: drippage


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

See also: drip


extremely wet; "dripping wet"; "soaking wet"

See also: soaking sopping