tricklet

tricklet

(ˈtrɪklət)
n
a tiny trickle
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The old RICKLE stood by the Tay; A mere TRICKLET washed it away.
This lot rattles down our slopes, from tricklet to stream to river, falling from 1,600ft to 300ft as it makes its way from the moor tops to where the Calder exits our area Dewsbury way.
I think this is nothing but an age-old mechanism of trying to reduce the impact of the disaster, by first coming in with small tricklets of information, and slowly over a period of time, expanding the scope of the said disclosures."