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Definition of Dripper
1. something from which a liquid drips [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dripper
Literary usage of Dripper
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Domestic Sheep: Its Culture and General Management by Henry Stewart (1900)
"Two of the bottom boards of the fence of the dripper on the side next to the vat should be cut out the width of the vat, and a small gate (fig. ..."
2. Modern and Traditional Irrigation Technologies in the Eastern Mediterranean by Ozay Mehmet, Hasan Ali Biçak (2002)
"System operation was defined as the relationship between dripper-flow pressure and time and was calculated using equation , T= qxn where, T is irrigation ..."
3. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1917)
"It consists of the usual container and dripper plus a small glass bottle, ... The container is so hung that the dripper shall drip into the funnel. ..."
4. Milch Cows and Dairy Farming, Comprising the Breeds, Breeding, and by Thomas Horsfall, Charles Louis Flint (1888)
"If it is allowed to remain too long in the curd-vat, or in the dripper over it, before the whey is completely extracted, the curd becomes too cold, ..."
5. Farming Industries of Cape Colony by Robert Wallace, Harry Stratford Caldecott (1896)
"The length of the bath (n, B) is 24 feet, and of the dripper (D, u) 24 feet. The dripper (D, D) has a concrete floor, with small channels, 4 inches wide, ..."