drizzle down

drizzle down

(on someone or something) to rain on someone or something. The light rain drizzled down on the garden. The rain drizzled down and soaked us because we had no umbrella.
See also: down
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The former promises: "Feel the warm chocolate drizzle down the small of your back in readiness for a sumptuous back neck and shoulder massage.
Pour icing over the top of the cake, allowing it to drizzle down.
Slather warm glaze over top of cake, allowing some to drizzle down the sides.
While the friands are still just warm, spoon the icing over the top half of each cake allowing it to drizzle down the sides.
A couple of lines of blue paint drizzle down on the unadorned ceramic below, as if a deliberate representation of haste.
Pour over the cake and allow to drizzle down the sides.
With the traffic jams already forming on the M40 and the rain beginning to drizzle down, the loyal Baggies supporters had plenty to mull over on the drive home, with their minds fully focussed to a quick return to top flight football.
Felgate, two years into his new British tennis role, was speaking as fans watched the rain drizzle down at the Surbiton Trophy tournament where only 30 minutes play was possible.
Top the mash with a walnut of butter to melt over and drizzle down.
Environmentalists worried for years about pollution sources that drizzle down onto Oregon's beautiful beaches: failing septic tanks, overflowing sewage plants, urban runoff and animal waste, to name a few.
As she passed the plates around the table, Mama topped each one with canned peaches letting the juice soak in and drizzle down the sides.
Tara's insect "shower" was more like a drizzle down the back.
Using a palette knife, spread the icing over the top of the cake and let it drizzle down the sides.
Pour the rest over the cake letting it drizzle down the sides and smoothing to cover with a palette knife.
Under the restaurant canopy, looking through the fine drizzle down the garden to where the restaurant was bounded by the medieval walls of Lasize, we ate the best Italian meal ever, all washed down with a couple of bottles of local wine.