Definition of Raindrop

1. Noun. A drop of rain.

Group relationships: Rain, Rainfall
Generic synonyms: Drib, Driblet, Drop



Definition of Raindrop

1. n. A drop of rain.

Definition of Raindrop

1. Noun. A single droplet of rainwater that has just fallen or is falling from the sky. ¹

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Definition of Raindrop

1. a drop of rain [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raindrop

raincheck
rainchecks
raincloud
rainclouds
raincoat
raincoated
raincoaters
raincoatless
raincoats
raindate
raindates
raindeer
raindeers
raindrop (current term)
raindrops
raine
rained
rained buckets
rained cats and dogs
rained pitchforks
raines
raineth
rainfall
rainfalls
rainfast
rainfly
rainforest
rainforestation

Literary usage of Raindrop

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1. A Text Book of the Principles of Physics by Alfred Daniell (1895)
"Friction on a raindrop. — A raindrop falling in vacuo through a height h feet would acquire a velocity v = V'2yh = 8-249 Vh feet per second. ..."

2. A Text Book of the Principles of Physics by Alfred Daniell (1894)
"Friction on a raindrop. — A raindrop falling I'M ... This happens in the case of the raindrop, and also in the case of a stone or granule falling in deep ..."

3. The Principles of Aërography by Alexander McAdie (1917)
"The process that makes the raindrop. One gram of pure water at 277°A., the temperature of maximum density, occupies one cubic centimeter of space. ..."

4. The Principles of Aërography by Alexander McAdie (1917)
"The process that makes the raindrop. One gram of pure water at 277°A., the temperature of maximum density, occupies one cubic centimeter of space. ..."

5. The principles of aërography by Alexander McAdie (1917)
"The process that makes the raindrop. One gram of pure water at 277°A., the temperature ... Compression about four times the size of a very large raindrop, ..."

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