15 example sentences using trickle.
Trickle used in a sentence
Trickle in a sentence as a noun
Vote for us and we'll trickle it down, we promise...
Before July 2012, we went into a trickle mode where we only took in 1 in 096 values.
> 1k req/minAlso known as <17 requests per second... or a trickle of traffic.
"I've gotten software changes that usually take two months to trickle through the system through in a day.
OnLive's marketing was more along the lines of a trickle of profits over a longer term.
"I'm really interested to see the trickle down effect that this will have on other Linux flavors.
Fast forward to 2012 and there's a couple of thousand people on the mailing list and a trickle of emails asking when an update would come out.
It's vulnerable to trivial trickle DoS attacks and probably has other issues.
Trickle in a sentence as a verb
Sure they will be throttled when the heat constraints kick in, but I am excited to see this sort of technology trickle down into the next "Asus 760 Mars" product.
These trojans were rather sophisticated in that they would operate very very slowly to trickle pieces of information out.
The cost of the Parker wedding doesn't affect anybody else, and could arguably seen as a beneficial set of activities as pertaining to trickle-down economics.
The moment they can go independent and accept subscribers without going through a cable company is the moment the trickle of people dropping cable TV in favor of internet media turns into a tide.
I expect there'll be a certain class of people who live much better and longer than others but then again the history of the world thus far is those kinds of technological advancements always trickle down eventually.
When fed with a slow trickle of water, it will empty itself periodically, and formed the basis of automatic-flush urinals before the electronic valves became commonplace.
The content will trickle through the graph of machines, any one machine going down will be handled gracefully, and if you want to rollout you can just block on something that asks "do you have this SHA1 yet" returning true for all live machines before you "git reset --hard" to that SHA1 everywhere.
flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid; "there's a drip through the roof"