Definition of Raindrops

1. Noun. (plural of raindrop) ¹



2. Noun. Rain, considered as a countable plural. ¹

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Definition of Raindrops

1. raindrop [n] - See also: raindrop

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raindrops

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

Literary usage of Raindrops

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1. Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester (1879)
"On the Formation of Hailstones, raindrops, and Snowflakes. By Prof. O. REYNOLDS, MA, FRS Bead November I3th, 1877. MY present communication forms a ..."

2. Papers on Mechanical and Physical Subjects by Osborne Reynolds, Arthur William Brightmore, William Henry Moorby (1900)
"ON THE FORMATION OF HAILSTONES, raindrops, AND SNOWFLAKES. [From the Sixth Volume of the Third Series of " Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society ..."

3. The Lincoln Readers by Isobel Davidson, Charles Joseph Anderson (1922)
"THE SIZE OF raindrops OW do raindrops compare in size? Perhaps you would like to find out for yourself. Here is one way to do it. The next time it starts to ..."

4. The Sciences: A Reading Book for Children : Astronomy, Physics-- Heat, Light by Edward Singleton Holden (1903)
"Size of raindrops. — " The next time it rains try to measure the diameter ... The raindrops of a heavy pattering summer shower are large —about a tenth of ..."

5. The Aerial World: A Popular Account of the Phenomena and Life of the Atmosphere by Georg Hartwig (1875)
"Rain a Bein-factor and a Scourge to Mankind—Tbo Formation of Rain—The Increasing Size of raindrops as they Fall—Enormous raindrops in the Tropics- - The ..."

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