Definition of Drips

1. Noun. (plural of drip) ¹



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Definition of Drips

1. drip [v] - See also: drip

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drips

dripline
drippage
dripped
dripper
drippers
drippier
drippiest
drippily
drippiness
dripping
dripping pan
drippingly
drippings
dripple
drippy
drips (current term)
dripstone
dripstones
dript
driselase
drisheen
drisheens
drites
drith
driting
dritten
drivabilities
drivability
drivable

Literary usage of Drips

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1. Steam Power Plant Engineering by George Frederick Gebhardt (1917)
"drips. — No matter how thoroughly a steam pipe or reservoir may be covered with insulating material considerable condensation takes place. ..."

2. Steam Power Plant Engineering by George Frederick Gebhardt (1913)
"drips. — No matter how thoroughly a steam pipe or reservoir nay be ... The entrained water and water of condensation are usually spoken of as "drips. ..."

3. Steam Power Plant Piping System: Their Design, Installation and Maintenance by William Lorenzo Morris (1909)
"36 and 37 show steam drips discharging direct to the boilers and not by way of ... System; Discharge of Steam drips to Heater by Trap. lowered at any time ..."

4. Hand Book of Natural Gas by Henry Palmer Westcott (1920)
"Blow-offs and drips—Place blow-offs or drips on the main field line in the ... These drips or blow-offs should be visited often and kept free from water. ..."

5. Domestic Sanitary Engineering and Plumbing by Frank W. Raynes (1920)
"drips are easily formed if the upstand lead, or that which lies on the roof surface, is first bent down and inwards; this enables the end of the gutter to ..."

6. Proceedings by Natural Gas Association of America, Modern Language Association of America (1921)
"... drips ON LOW PRESSURE MAINS WHEN NECESSARY TO REMOVE WATER WITH FROST DEEP IN GROUND j. B. PORTERFIELD AND CD SMITH, UNITED NATURAL ..."

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