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The Kushk is at best a "dry" river, as its name betokens, an unsatisfactory driblet in a world of sandy desolation.
THE GATES OF INDIATHOMAS HOLDICH
With the last driblet of employees from the store a woman cut diagonally through a group and hurried toward Miss Prokes.
JUST AROUND THE CORNERFANNIE HURST
If ever we came to a puny, crawling driblet of water, they said, "This must be one of Stillman's bold-flowing streams."
TENTING ON THE PLAINSELIZABETH B. CUSTER
He opened it, and shared the driblet with a few of the old campaigners.
KHARTOUM CAMPAIGN, 1898BENNET BURLEIGH
The sun was setting behind the towers of the church of Greenborough-on-the-Driblet.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 101, DECEMBER 19, 1891VARIOUS
They don't know how to do it, except the little driblet of Rhodes men.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF WALTER H. PAGE, VOLUME IIBURTON J. HENDRICK
It was this slight overflow which supplied the driblet we had followed up from the cañon below.
THE BOYS OF CRAWFORD'S BASINSIDFORD F. HAMP
“I thought you said there was a driblet of water running out at the crevice,”remarked Tom.
THE BOYS OF CRAWFORD'S BASINSIDFORD F. HAMP
Driblet by driblet, and paying a price that fairly staggered him, he had managed to buy over four hundred tons.
THE HALLOWELL PARTNERSHIPKATHARINE HOLLAND BROWN
I sha'n't care if they don't have a driblet of gravy at supper tonight.
HIRAM THE YOUNG FARMERBURBANK L. TODD
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