The act or sound of something falling in drops.(noun)
The fat and juices exuded from roasting meat, often used in making gravy. Often used in the plural.(noun)
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Use "dripping" in a sentence
"All one needs do is follow the link Egnor gives to PZ's post, with a title dripping with sarcasm: "The Great Desecration," to see just the opposite:"
"Pieces of burning metal had begun dripping from the hold in the side of the building where the hov disappeared, splashing the roadway with a deadly mix of “death by chemical fumes” and “death by being burned alive.”"
"Head and head of empire soldiers becut in dripping blood, then threw out to universe."