drizzle[ driz-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF drizzle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRIZZLE
Well, it's only a drizzle and we can take a streetcar to within a block of the house.
He nodded; she jumped out; and they scurried through the drizzle.
The rain beat down in a drizzle, and for miles the smoke hung like a pall.
But what in time are you doin' out in this drizzle with a cold and no umbrella?
Make the batches middling thick, enough so that it will not drizzle from the wire.
Fog, and drizzle, and smoke, and stench composed the atmosphere.
The streets were heavily mired and the drizzle grew to a fast downpour.
He hated to admit, as he stood there in the drizzle, his defeat by a cafeteria check.
The night had set in grayly, and a drizzle of fine rain was falling.
A recent rain had made the clay as slippery as asphalt in a drizzle.