Characterized by dripping; drizzly: a drippy, wet day. (adjective)
Slang Tiresome or annoying.(adjective)
Slang Mawkishly sentimental: a drippy love scene. (adjective)
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Use "drippy" in a sentence
"Mostly because I found Romeo & Juliet kind of drippy in high school."
"Meanwhile, his own pet projects sound kind of drippy and humorless."
""I'm expecting a lot of glamour -- in spite of the fact that it's kind of drippy outside and on the chilly side!""