adv. & a.1.In a dripping state; as, leaves all adrip.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
The dust in the road was laid; trees were adrip with moisture; birds sat silent in their coverts; the morning light was wan and ghastly, with neither color nor fire.
With blood the trees were all adrip; the leaves Shone in the witch-light with a ruddy bloom.
Nations (UNDRIP) (179) and the Organization of American States (ADRIP),
BIZARRE Adrip, oxygen tanks and odd baby on the star's dressing table
On the mountain's north flanks, dewsparkled redwood canyons come alive with shining creeks and rushing streams; rock faces adrip with cool seeps are crowded with young mosses, sedums, and ferns; spring fungus grows into riotous colors and shapes (including a form called turkey ruffles); and the air everywhere spiked with redwood and bay, eucalyptus and tanbark oak is so fresh it smells almost medicinal.