What is the correct spelling for DRIPPS?
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Correct spellings for DRIPPS
- drip And oft we made a little pause and harkt; but there did be only the dismal drip of water from on high; and presently the murmur of the night, that told that we drew near unto a new firepit.
- dropsy He died in prison of dropsy .
- tripos The Table referred to in the above letter is as follows: Number of Questions, and numbers of Answers to Questions as given by several Wranglers and Senior Optimes, in the Examination of Mathematical Tripos for Honours, 1868, January 13, 14, 15, 16, 17. Number of Questions and Riders in the Printed Papers.
- Dripped The rain dripped from the eaves.
- Traps Make clean work o' it, or let 'em alone, I say," and he began gathering up his traps in a manner that convinced Morton the conference was over.
- Grips I'll ship your trunks and grips to the American Express Company there.
- drops "She starts below Forty, at St. Louis, and goes north almost to Forty-nine, and then she drops down again to Forty-five at the Three Forks.
- rips There's a waterfall, or, rather, a piece of rips ther' that 'll drown th' n'ise of our comin'.
- trips You know, Mr. Perkfeld said he needn't make those night trips any more unless there was something very important."
- dips The Union Jack dips and all Fort Smith is on the bank to see us off.
- dries We'll go on and on till this earth dries up, and then we'll move to another, or build one-I can't tell which-and all the time we're moving round something, but I don't know what or why.
- drapes She hastily drapes the shawl round her.
- droops Oh, under that moon, where she droops almost down into the sea!
- DRIPS He would not even let me wipe up the red liquid that was in them, and it drips from table to floor in a way to make your blood run cold.
- droppers "It seems they want to make out now that Dick never murdered Hallijohn," proceeded the justice, in a half whisper, glancing round as if to be sure that there were no eaves-droppers amidst the trees.