Definition of Dewdrops

1. Noun. (plural of dewdrop) ¹



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Definition of Dewdrops

1. dewdrop [n] - See also: dewdrop

Lexicographical Neighbors of Dewdrops

dewaterer
dewaterers
dewatering
dewaters
dewax
dewaxed
dewaxes
dewaxing
dewberries
dewberry
dewberry bush
dewclaw
dewclawed
dewclaws
dewdrop
dewdrops (current term)
dewed
dewet
dewets
dewetted
dewetting
dewfall
dewfalls
dewfull
dewier
dewiest
dewikified
dewikifies
dewikify
dewikifying

Literary usage of Dewdrops

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1827)
"On the bladed grass and the whispering leaves, When heart-struck silence delights to listen At Morning, — when the dewdrops glisten As the solitary ..."

2. The Riverside Readers by James Hixon Van Sickle, Wilhelmina Seegmiller (1911)
"dewdrops A million little diamonds Twinkled on the trees; And all the little maidens said, " A jewel, if you please ! " But while they held their hands ..."

3. Physical Geography by Mary Somerville, Henry Walter Bates (1870)
"Mirage ; fog images ; coronae and halos; the rainbow; iris in dewdrops. § 7. Polarization of the atmosphere. § 8. Atmospheric electricity; its variations ..."

4. The Howe Readers by Will David Howe (1909)
"Hyung Bo, who had been good to a poor little bird, was, of course, good and kind to his brother. dewdrops MARY ¥. BUTTS A million little diamonds Twinkled ..."

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