Recent Examples of teardrop from the Web
Then there are the finger rolls, scoop shots and teardrops with either hand.
Mini Marvel Let your air plants shine by showing them off in a clear glass light bulb or teardrop terrarium from Air Plant Design Studio.
The traditional Babylon double Medici collar of gold Alencon lace, trimmed with rhinestones and embellished with large teardrop crystals framed the queen's face, and her mantle matched that of Sargon LXXIII.
Looking down, visitors would see a symmetrical hollow brass bob weighing about 240 pounds and shaped like an inverted teardrop.
Middleton kept her signature brunette locks in an updo, revealing a pair of diamond teardrop earrings.
Beyoncé owns a couple of pieces, and has worn her Leopoldine Calais lace teardrop earrings on stage.
Using the small end of a dotter tool and yellow polish, make tiny teardrops to mimic cheese dripping off the slice.
Modern bentwood slide chairs, teardrop wooden wall panels in contrasting shades, button-plush booths in pomegranate and ochre.
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First Known Use of teardrop
TEARDROP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of teardrop for English Language Learners
: something that is pointed at the top and round at the bottom : something that is shaped like a falling tear
TEARDROP Defined for Kids
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