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drizzle down

To rain on someone or something. It was so hot out that we didn't mind a little rain drizzling down on us.
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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.
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Publishers also have the ability to utilize Drizzle as a lead generation tool by allowing users to continue reading a site's premium content after they enter their name and email.
Drench your cake in drizzle, then decorate using a bit more desiccated coconut and some spare lime zest.
Finish with a good drizzle of olive oil, a splash of hot sauce (if using) and a twist of black pepper.
Drizzle SMS is currently ranked 3rd on Google Plays "top new communications apps.
Drizzle with a little olive oil and add some freshly chopped thyme before serving.
Toss in lemon juice and a light drizzle of olive oil.
Drizzle in honey and sprinkle almonds evenly over bottom.
Look at it this way: the more you drizzle now, the fewer birthday cakes you'll need later.
Arrange hamachi slices on plate, drizzle with remaining yuzu juice and small amount of chili oil, reserving remainder for tuna tartare, and season with sea salt.
6 tomatoes, halved 2 garlic cloves, finely sliced 1 teaspoon honey 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon olive oil Black pepper 1 tablespoon chopped flat-leaf parsley leaves Extra balsamic vinegar and olive oil to drizzle
Put in a pan with water and lemon and generously drizzle with olive oil.
The official description of the going yesterday was soft, heavy in places, and the Met Office predicted more drizzle and the possibility of some persistent rain before the Lincoln.
The animals that live on this drizzle also die and themselves add to the drizzle.
These large, speeding raindrops readily overtake smaller, slowly falling drizzle droplets.