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drizzle in Nature topic

drizzledrizzle2 noun [singular, uncountable] 🔊 🔊 DNweather that is a combination of light rain and mist 🔊 A light drizzle had started by the time we left.► see thesaurus at rain —drizzly /ˈdrɪzli/ adjective
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drizzle• Or late frosts, and drizzle throughout August?• The total removal rate shot up to 27 percent an hour, depositing the sulphur in a concentrated drizzle.• An endless drizzle clung to the air like fog.• The rain has diminished to an intermittent drizzle, but it is still cold.• Thicker cloud will bring patchy drizzle over north-west-facing coasts and hills.• General situation: Sunny spells with some drizzle.• A mosquito bit me on the neck and brought me back to my damp aluminum deck and the drizzle.