There were dewdrops on the leaves, or what looked like dewdrops.
You are a rose, too—a real, sweet garden rose, with the dewdrops on its leaves.
And she smiled, though the tears shone like dewdrops on her lashes.
Drops of water lay upon them; whether they were dewdrops or tears no one could say.
We're two twin dewdrops, you and I; you can be the dewdrops, and I'll be the twin.
She does not live on dewdrops, does she, like the grasshopper?
She shook her head proudly, as if tears were to be dispersed like dewdrops.
The day was still young and the grass and bushes were covered with dewdrops.
Some compare them to a swarm of bees; some to a rosette of diamonds; some to dewdrops.
Not "dewdrops sheen," or "dewdrops' sheen," as sometimes printed.