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to drip: to fall in drops, to trickle; to be full of, to display
Dripping taps are a big waste of water.
The pancakes were dripping with maple syrup. It was falling off the plate.
Although Kevin's words were dripping with sarcasm, the boss took him seriously.
- "There was soy sauce dripping down her chin and she was wearing this low-cut blouse."
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