The rigging dripped
clammy drops, and the men lounged along the lee of the house - all save Uncle Salters, who sat stiffly on the main-hatch nursing his stung hands.
Chasms there were on either side, and darksome caves wherein fierce robbers lived, and dragons, very terrible, whose jaws dripped
Brandy and the wine-glass stood where Rattray must have set them, on an oak stool beside the bed; as he spoke he crossed the room, filled the glass till the spirit dripped
, and drained it at a gulp.
A third, gravely spreading out upon the table with his finger, the melted tallow which dripped
from a candle.
Their leaps and bounds increased, their bared fangs dripped
saliva, and their lips and breasts were flecked with foam.
It was a claw within him sharper than the iron one; and as it tore him, the perspiration dripped
down his tallow [waxy] countenance and streaked his doublet.