Definition of dewdrop in English:

dewdrop

Line breaks: dew|drop
Pronunciation: /ˈdjuːdrɒp
 
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noun

A drop of dew.
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  • ‘She must run into the fields and collect the dewdrops for us,’ said the adviser.
  • There is a massive gap between the ideology of party activists and the views of those hundreds and thousands of potential voters who think being kind to cuddly animals is A Good Thing but disapprove of scattering dioxins like dewdrops.
  • Conway infuses percussion, and Leslie sprinkles mandolin lines like dewdrops as Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson doubles Sanders' hypnotic melody line with his flute.

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