dewdropnoun [ C ]uk /ˈdʒuː.drɒp/ us /ˈduː.drɑːp/
Examples from literature
- And the stone glittered in the sunshine just like diamonds or dewdrops.
- It was a tiny flower of white enamel, with a diamond dewdrop in the centre.
- Like lightning in anger, in calmer moods like the gleam of dewdrops upon flowers.
- The night was chill, damp, and dark, the dank grass bending under the icy dewdrops.
- The night was still ensnared there on the gorse bushes grey with cobwebs and starry dewdrops.