warm drop

warm drop

[′wȯrm ′dräp]
(meteorology)
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He had scarcely uttered the word when a heavy blow shook the scaffold and where Athos stood immovable a warm drop fell upon his brow.
As I noticed the significant manner in which the whole party pointed to my blood-stained garments, I involuntarily surveyed myself, and then I discovered that the thick warm drops that had so bedewed me as I lay beneath the staircase must have been the blood of La Carconte.
As the wayward boy was helping tie Ryokan's straw sandals, he felt a warm drop of water on his shoulder.
There was thunder and I felt a few warm drops on my face because I forgot to pack the rainfly for my tent.
As we sat down to eat on the patio, thunder rolled across the city, lightning split the sky and great, warm drops of rain fell in the courtyard with such ferocity that it was difficult to tell where they ended and their splashes began.
More soothing was the shower delivering fat, warm drops of 'Caribbean rain' and the 'health showers', in which overhead and side water jets pummel you while the air is filled with the fresh scent of eucalyptus and peppermint.
And when she was talking, and we were leaning in to do the hearing, warm drops of water were seeping and silently spreading into our clothes.