Definition of raindrop
: a drop of rain
Recent Examples of raindrop from the Web
Tomorrow (Thursday): Clouds and occasional raindrops are the rule.
The weather was déjà-vu as raindrops began falling during the Patrons’ reception at a La Jolla home.
Even her phone was safe from any potential raindrop encounter.
The Bermuda High will weaken beginning Friday so get ready for an increase in raindrops this weekend.
Stencils in the shapes of clouds, flowers and raindrops (included in the book) can be used to help the process along.
Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) May 31, 2017 -- Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens Bright copper kettles and warm woollen mittens, Little Covfefes & bigly Covfefes!
Bergman endured endless raindrops and line drives in his four innings, which included a soul-crushing, ERA-inflating eight-run fourth inning, featuring three homers.
Dodging raindrops, Elgin Rotary Club members dedicated a Peace Pole Tuesday afternoon that now is part of the city's Veterans Memorial Park along the Fox River.
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First Known Use of raindrop
before 12th century
RAINDROP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of raindrop for English Language Learners
: a single drop of rain
RAINDROP Defined for Kids
Definition of raindrop for Students
: a drop of rain
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