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dewdrop

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nature
dewdropdew‧drop /ˈdjuːdrɒp $ ˈduːdrɑːp/ noun [countable]  DNa single drop of dew dewdrops sparkling in the morning sunlight
Examples from the Corpus
dewdropDewdrops sparkled in the morning sunlight.The moment was eternity, trembling like a dewdrop on a rose, endlessly about to fall.He started to sing: Beautiful dreamer, wake unto me; starlight and dewdrops are waiting for thee.The essential difference from dewdrops is that new dewdrops are not begotten by old dewdrops.And squeamishness prevented me looking for a tiny insect to place on a sticky dewdrop leaf.
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