Drizzly refers to something that is drippy or wet. For instance a day that is characterised by light rain can be called a drizzly day. To moisten using fine drops of liquid is also referred to as drizzly.
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VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [DRIZ·ZLED, DRIZ·ZLING.]
to rain gently and steadily in fine drops; sprinkle: It drizzled throughout the night.
to fall in fine drops.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [DRIZ·ZLED, DRIZ·ZLING.]
to rain or let fall in fine drops; sprinkle: He drizzled honey over the fruit.
to pour in a fine stream: Drizzle melted butter over the breadcrumb topping.
a very light rain.
Meteorology precipitation consisting of numerous minute droplets of water less than 1/50 (0.02) inch (0.5 mm).
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