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Spell check of driblet

Correct spelling: driblet

dab, morsel, tad, glob, sprinkling, smack, free fall, shade, strain, splash, spot, mite, glimmer, streak, droplet, trace, pearl, spatter, little, ace, spark, scruple, nip, cliff, ounce, smidgen, smell, bead, drib, crumb, dip, ray, dram, drop-off, bit, drop cloth, lick, globule, skosh, shadow, fall, drip, peanuts, soup├žon, dry, snap, suspicion, shred, drop, scintilla, drop curtain, speck, blob, hint, touch.

gobs, superabundance, overage, heaps, overabundance, much, lashings, overkill, wad, bundle, pile, raft, abundance, reams, fistful, mess, surfeit, chunk, wealth, mountain, stack, oodles, bonanza, oversupply, boatload, slab, bushel, excess, embarrassment, loads, peck, overflow, scads, lot, passel, quantity, barrel, bucket, overmuch, potful, superfluity, surplus, deal, plenty, mass, lump, volume, hunk, profusion.

Examples of usage:

1) I think that the woman in the Scriptures who out of her poverty put her mite into the contribution- box got more happiness out of that driblet of generosity and self- sacrifice than some men in our day have experienced in founding a university. - "The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner", Charles Dudley Warner.

2) But when the mist lifts, and we see that the narrow strait leads out into a boundless sea that lies flashing in the sunshine to the horizon, then we find out the worth of that little driblet of water at our feet. - "The Expositor's Bible: Colossians and Philemon", Alexander Maclaren.

3) Evidently the water gets to the sea, or this valley would be a lake like that in the golden ravine, for although it is but a mere driblet of water now, you can see by the banks that a considerable amount comes down in the wet season. - "The Treasure of the Incas", G. A. Henty.