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Alternative clues for the word dew

Frost relative

Drops in the morning

Morning dampness

Water droplets

Kind of line

To Shakespeare it was "honey-heavy"

Drops outside


It glistens

Night deposit?

Morning moisture

Drops on the ground

Morning glory?

Drops on blades

Ground cover?

Dawn droplets

Morning glistener

"Enjoy the honey-heavy ___ of slumber": Shak.

Drops on a field

Glistening beads

Early-morning development

Some drops

It may become hoarfrost

Glistener on a blade

Drops on the lawn

Mountain ___ (soda)


Morning deposit

You may get your feet wet with this

Morning droplets

"... who hath begotten the drops of ___?": Job 38:28

You might get your feet wet with this

___ point

It might get your feet wet

It appears overnight

Some condensation

Drops on the field?

Pasture moisture

Ground water?

It disappears in the morning

Mountain ___

Drops on the ground?

Wet blanket?

Morning condensate

Beads on petals

"Do the ___" (beverage slogan)

Water that has condensed on a cool surface overnight from water vapor in the air

Droplet on a petal

Aurora's tears?

"Into a sea of ___": E. Field

Drop o' the mornin'

Early moisture

Matinal moisture

Petal wetter

"...the foggy, foggy ___"

What a drosometer measures

Dawn damp

Word with lap or drop

___ line


Scotch whisky

Tears of morning?

Kind of point

A symbol of purity

Moisture on a petal

Kind of drop

Morning mist

Word with claw or drop

Dawn's droplets

Morning coat?

"Foggy, Foggy, ___"

Word between honey and melon

Morning phenomenon

Tears, to Tennyson

Morning "diamonds" on a lawn

Moisture of morning

Morning condensation

Famous line: Abbr.

Morning golf problem

Mountain ___ (moonshine)

Milton's "timely ___ of sleep"

Mountain ___ (hooch)

Kind of lap

Morning lawn sight

Word definitions for dew in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ Drops of dew trembled on the flowers. ▪ During July, August and September there would be quite heavy dew in the sheltered hollows along the wood. ▪ Heavy pearl drops of dew splashed noisily on jute leaves that had fallen to the...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Dew \Dew\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Dewed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Dewing .] To wet with dew or as with dew; to bedew; to moisten; as with dew. The grasses grew A little ranker since they dewed them so. --A. B. Saxton.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 (context uncountable English) moisture in the air that settles on plants, etc in the morning, resulting in drops. 2 (context countable but see usage notes English) an instance of a such moisture settling on plants, etc. 3 (context uncountable English)...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English deaw , from Proto-Germanic *dawwaz (cognates: Old Saxon dau , Old Frisian daw , Middle Dutch dau , Old High German tau , German Tau , Old Norse dögg "dew"), from PIE root *dheu- (2) "to flow" (cognates: Sanskrit dhavate "flows, runs").

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. water that has condensed on a cool surface overnight from water vapor in the air; "in the morning the grass was wet with dew"

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Dew is the condensation of atmospheric water vapor into droplets. Dew point is the air temperature at which dew will form. Dew point depression is an atmospheric weather term in meteorology. Dew pond , artificial pond for watering livestock Dew, Dewe, Dews...

Usage examples of dew.

Like a glow-worm golden In a dell of dew, Scattering unbeholden Its aereal hue Among the flowers and grass, which screen it from the view!

Although Lady Dew did not seem too perturbed, Cyclamen was irritatingly aflutter, asking all sorts of broken questions which Melrose finally had to cut across.

Her diamond aigrette meets our view, She looks like a glow-worm dressed out, Or tulips bespangled with dew.

If, as has chanced to others--as chanced, for example, to Mangan-- outcast from home, health and hope, with a charred past and a bleared future, an anchorite without detachment and self-cloistered without self-sufficingness, deposed from a world which he had not abdicated, pierced with thorns which formed no crown, a poet hopeless of the bays and a martyr hopeless of the palm, a land cursed against the dews of love, an exile banned and proscribed even from the innocent arms of childhood--he were burning helpless at the stake of his unquenchable heart, then he might have been inconsolable, then might he have cast the gorge at life, then have cowered in the darkening chamber of his being, tapestried with mouldering hopes, and hearkened to the winds that swept across the illimitable wastes of death.

Dew lay heavy on the grass, as the dainty heels of my captresses testified, yet they trod lightly upon daisies wide-open to the blue sky, while daffadowndillies stooped in a silence broken only by their laughter.

He was dressed and pacing the garden in the dew, when Davina looked out of her bedroom window and saw him.

Inebriate of air am I, And debauchee of dew, Reeling, through endless summer days, From inns of molten blue.

Droops in the smile of the waning moon, When it scatters through an April night The frozen dews of wrinkling blight.

PURGANAX: Gentlemen Boars, I move a resolution, That her most sacred Majesty should be Invited to attend the feast of Famine, And to receive upon her chaste white body Dews of Apotheosis from this BAG.

Or the dews fall, or the angry sun look down With poisoned light--Famine, and Pestilence, And Panic, shall wage war upon our side!

No leaf will be shaken Whilst the dews of your melody scatter Delight.

To feed with kindliest dews its favourite flower, That blooms in mossy banks and darksome glens, Lighting the greenwood with its sunny smile.

With budding, fading, faded flowers, They stand the wonder of the bowers From morn to evening dews, He told of the Magnolia, spread High as a cloud, high over head!

The sweet dews to feed thee, the soft wind to cheer, And the earth as a pleasant home, while thou art dwelling here.

Where her feet, rosy as a shell, have grazed The freshened grass, a richer emerald glows: Into each flower-cup Her cool dews she distills.