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A very small drop of a liquid.‘droplets of water’
- ‘Fog and mist are both made of tiny water droplets suspended in air.’
- ‘An emulsion is a mixture of two liquids in which one liquid forms tiny droplets suspended in the other.’
- ‘Five minutes later, he turns up in a worn, old car, droplets of water still clinging to his slapped-down hair.’
- ‘The small water droplets have a large surface area which allows for a great deal of evaporation.’
- ‘A little water spilled over the blue top, speckling the darkly varnished wood with clear droplets of water.’
- ‘Water droplets rested on his face and eyelashes, as it dripped off his nose and chin.’
- ‘Their clothes and hair stuck to their bodies and droplets of lake water ran down their arms, legs, and faces.’
- ‘As fog blows through these structures, tiny water droplets are deposited onto the net.’
- ‘Close inspection revealed a tiny droplet of water at the tip of each dangling leaf.’
- ‘It cleared the dust from the air and left water droplets hanging from eaves and leaves.’
- ‘His greying hair was plastered to his head, and droplets of water ran slowly down his crooked nose, hanging from the end.’
- ‘I turned my head cautiously, just enough so that he wouldn't be able to see a silhouette of water droplets.’
- ‘Water droplets will merge more readily on the ground, as solid areas are an ideal surface for condensation to take place.’
- ‘As she headed toward the front door, droplets of water rained down on her from the sky.’
- ‘The fine droplets of water falling on my head and shoulder actually felt nice.’
- ‘Large droplets will quickly drop from the air to the ground, unless they hit another surface.’
- ‘She rubbed her hands up and down her damp arms and flicked her head, sending droplets of water from her hair onto Charlie.’
- ‘His skin glistening with droplets of water as he wiped himself down with a towel, then wrapped it round his middle.’
- ‘The water took on an eerie hue as the cream colored droplets splashed into the water.’
- ‘I started walking but stop when I felt a droplet of water fall on my forehead.’
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