Lexicographical Neighbors of Aripple
aripple (current term)
Literary usage of Aripple
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. From the Asolan Hills: A Poem by Eugene Benson (1891)
"For like the sea The fair, far fields aripple seem to be All green beneath the sky's immensity, Seem waveless, flat 'neath its serenity. ..."
2. Julian Home: A Tale of College Life by Frederic William Farrar (1866)
"That strong splendid-looking young man, whose arms are bared to the shoulder, and "the muscles all aripple on his back/' is almost quivering with anxious ..."