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Synonyms for trickle
ˈtrɪk əltrick·le

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  1. trickle

    Synonyms:
    drip, drop, dribble, ooze, percolate, distil

    Antonyms:
    flow, rush, stream, pour, gush, burst

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  1. drip, trickle, dribbleverb

    flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid

    "there's a drip through the roof"

    Synonyms:
    drool, drip, dribbling, drip mold, dribble, drivel, dripping, drip mould, slobber

  2. trickle, dribble, filterverb

    run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream

    "water trickled onto the lawn from the broken hose"; "reports began to dribble in"

    Synonyms:
    drool, separate out, drivel, strain, slobber, dribble, permeate, percolate, slabber, drop, filter out, filter, filtrate, drip, carry, sink in, slaver

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  1. drizzle

    to slowly leak out of a container of any material.

    her bucket was not strong enough and the water would always drizzle out.

    Submitted by anonymous on April 2, 2020  

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  1. trickleverb

    Synonyms:
    drop, drip, flow gently

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  1. trickleverb

    Synonyms:
    dribble, drip, percolate, distill

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How to use trickle in a sentence?

  1. John Wagner:

    We've seen travel has just about grinded down to just a small trickle, a fraction of what we were seeing before. For people to start traveling again, they're going to want to feel safe, they're going to want to feel that it's not going to expose them unnecessarily to getting sick.

  2. Elias Canetti:

    The profoundest thoughts of the philosophers have something trickle about them. A lot disappears in order for something to suddenly appear in the palm of the hand.

  3. Jeremi Gorman:

    It definitely does start at the top, seeing those changes at the top is the most important lesson that we can teach the company at scale, and then obviously those kinds of things trickle down.

  4. Xavier Becerra:

    With the White House and Congress in Republican hands, we need a strong, experienced and energetic leader who will take the fight for our democratic values on the Ways and Means Committee to the American people. Over the next two years, many of America’s toughest policy decisions will play out in this committee. The change we seek is not the change that Republicans plan. The Republican Majority threatens to bury the Affordable Care Act, privatize Medicare and Social Security and turn our tax code into the textbook for ‘trickle-down economics.’.

  5. Win Thin:

    It's a very small market, ever since Macri reopened the markets, took some market-friendly measures, there's been a trickle of activity back in the peso and Argentine assets in general. Money has been trickling back in but it is still very minimal.


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  • Rinnsal, Tröpfeln, Getröpfel, träufelnGerman
  • instilar, chorrear, riachueloSpanish
  • noro, valuttaa, valua, puro, noruttaa, noruaFinnish
  • ruisseauFrench
  • sheelManx
  • gocciolio, gocciolare, sgocciolio, sgocciolareItalian
  • stillareLatin
  • whakamāturu, whakamāturuturu, māturu, tohihī, māturuturu, koreto, kotokotoMāori
  • dryppeNorwegian
  • струйка, ручеёкRussian
  • droppandeSwedish

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