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Spell check of driblet

Correct spelling: driblet

Synonyms:
dab, morsel, tad, glob, sprinkling, smack, free fall, shade, strain, splash, spot, mite, glimmer, streak, droplet, trace, pearl, spatter, little, ace, spark, scruple, nip, cliff, ounce, smidgen, smell, bead, drib, crumb, dip, ray, dram, drop-off, bit, drop cloth, lick, globule, skosh, shadow, fall, drip, peanuts, soup├žon, dry, snap, suspicion, shred, drop, scintilla, drop curtain, speck, blob, hint, touch.

Antonyms:
gobs, superabundance, overage, heaps, overabundance, much, lashings, overkill, wad, bundle, pile, raft, abundance, reams, fistful, mess, surfeit, chunk, wealth, mountain, stack, oodles, bonanza, oversupply, boatload, slab, bushel, excess, embarrassment, loads, peck, overflow, scads, lot, passel, quantity, barrel, bucket, overmuch, potful, superfluity, surplus, deal, plenty, mass, lump, volume, hunk, profusion.

Examples of usage:

1) I think that the woman in the Scriptures who out of her poverty put her mite into the contribution- box got more happiness out of that driblet of generosity and self- sacrifice than some men in our day have experienced in founding a university. - "The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner", Charles Dudley Warner.

2) But when the mist lifts, and we see that the narrow strait leads out into a boundless sea that lies flashing in the sunshine to the horizon, then we find out the worth of that little driblet of water at our feet. - "The Expositor's Bible: Colossians and Philemon", Alexander Maclaren.

3) Evidently the water gets to the sea, or this valley would be a lake like that in the golden ravine, for although it is but a mere driblet of water now, you can see by the banks that a considerable amount comes down in the wet season. - "The Treasure of the Incas", G. A. Henty.

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