Definition by Wordnik
- (verb-intransitive) To rain gently in fine, mistlike drops.
- (verb-transitive) To let fall in fine drops or particles: drizzled melted butter over the asparagus.
- (verb-transitive) To moisten with fine drops: drizzled the asparagus with melted butter.
- (noun) A fine, gentle, misty rain.
Example by Wordnik
- A small, seemingly chocolately treat covered in whipped cream and caramel drizzle is presented to a new hire as a gift from his/her welcoming committee of new fellow associates. - Use Your Old Coffee Grounds To Clean Dishes, Kill Fleas And Much More | Lifehacker Australia
- Through Tonight: Winds from the north and northwest signal an end to any precipitation of consequence, though some drizzle is possible into the evening and skies are likely to stay mostly cloudy. - PM Update: Chilly tonight, then gradually warmer
- I live in drizzle city (Portland, OR), so rain wouldn't keep me away. - You are Invited to the 2008 Anchorage Greek Festival!
- You're right - raining and drizzle is pretty expected around here so ya 'just plow through it (with massive amounts of whining added in for good measure). - Running in a Windstorm
- The white chocolate drizzle is part of the recipe but can be omitted if you like - these cookies are completely tasty on their own. - Triple Chocolate Devil Drops