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rip·ply

 (rĭp′lē)
adj. rip·pli·er, rip·pli·est
Characterized by or sounding in ripples.
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rip•ply

(ˈrɪp li)

adj.
1. characterized by ripples; rippling.
2. sounding like rippling water.
[1765–75]
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A little ripply, cool breeze begun to blow, and that was as good as saying the night was about done.
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Now is the high tide of the year, And whatever of life hath ebbed away Comes flooding back with a ripply cheer, Into every bare inlet and creek and bay.