puddle[ puhd-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF puddle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PUDDLE
You're in the middle of a puddle now, but when you get over dreaming I'd like to mop it up.
He had been lying in a puddle, and, like little Fay, he preferred "a dly place."
His grey hair was straggling into the puddle around his head.
The "pond" was a puddle, perhaps twenty feet across, left by the outgoing tide.
As for the Princess, she was as happy as a duck in a puddle.
His soft nose had been cut between his teeth and the far edge of the puddle.
I floundered around in that puddle for about two minutes, and then I got up.
Cried myself to a puddle when I first came, but I like it now.
It loosened its claws and dropped with a splash into the puddle of water.
You are so tiny you might easily fall into a puddle and drown.