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drippy

adjective drip·py \ˈdri-pē\
drip·pi·erdrip·pi·est

Definition of DRIPPY

1
:  characterized by dripping; especially :  rainy, drizzly
2
:  mawkish 2

Examples of DRIPPY

  1. <drippy romance novels that are apparently intended for the terminally lovesick>

First Known Use of DRIPPY

circa 1718

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desiccate Hear it
to dry up or become dried up
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