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DRIP. The right of drip is an easement by which the water which falls on one house is allowed to fall upon the land of another.
     2. Unless the owner has acquired the right by grant or prescription, he has no right so to construct his house as to let the water drip over his neighbor's land. 1 Roll. Ab. 107. Vide Rain water; Stillicidium; and 3 Kent, Com. 436; Dig. 43, 23, 4 et 6; 11 Ad. & Ell. 40; S. C. 39 E. C. L. R. 21.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The rain had ceased, but everything around us was dripping with moisture.
In this position we wait events, while the dripping mist hangs thicker than ever all round us.
The Akbar Bughti Express, was going from Quetta to Lahore, when its bogies started dripping, soaking passengers.
Not fixing a dripping tap could leave you out of pocket and add to the current drought As much of the country still swelters in the heat - and shops run out of fans - we've all been encouraged to save water.
Use of electronic cigarettes among young people is on the rise, and one in four high school students report using these devices for dripping, according to a study by Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, PhD, of Yale University, New Haven, Conn., and associates.
However, the popular smoking technique has generated yet another hazard by way of a new trend: dripping. Dripping refers to dropping the liquid from an e-cigarette directly on its hot coils to generate stronger sensations and flavors.
The town of Dripping Springs, known as the "Gateway to the Hill Country," could soon earn another title: the wedding capital of Texas.
Dripping down the street; The day is grey as ashes on the hearth.
The continuous dripping in the surrounding of the main trunk causes excessive wetting that may result in a problem of root rot/wilt in long run.