Adjective "teardrop" definition and examples

(Teardrop may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)



Definitions and examples


A single tear.
  1. 'A short while later the flags were raised, and you could literally see a teardrop going down Oprah's cheek.'
  2. 'Bitter, salty teardrops rose in his eyes and drowned sleep.'
  3. 'The room was full of happiness; teardrops moistened many a smile.'
  4. 'Looking as if she was about to explode, teardrops clung stubbornly to her eyelashes throughout, giving her a somewhat manic, glazed look.'
  5. 'I could feel teardrops burning in the corners of my eyes, but I knew my face held less expression than an unmarked slate.'
  6. 'A single teardrop trickled down my cheek.'
  7. 'One after another, fat teardrops started to roll down his face.'
  8. 'She wiped her eyes of the first teardrops and nodded her head.'
  9. 'I just lay there thinking, while tiny teardrops rolled down my face.'
  10. 'a wardrobe with brass teardrop handles'
  11. 'His design is a beautiful cherry wood bead and gold teardrop headpiece, reminiscent of braids layered down the head.'
  12. 'There are lightning bolts and teardrop designs.'
  13. 'The blood red teardrop necklace tinkled as it gently tapped the orb with the rose.'
  14. 'She carried a teardrop bouquet of lilies and roses.'
  15. 'Beef tataki consists of three teardrop slices.'
  16. 'Alright, all aboard for a time gone by, when narrow pants, octagonal shades, big round hair and teardrop peace medallions were the now thing!'
  17. 'Her hair was pulled back into a bun, and teardrop diamonds also adorned her hair.'
  18. 'I have produced a teardrop silhouette and put it within shapes to try to exaggerate volume.'
  19. 'I took a quick shower and slipped on my outfit, accessorising with a few silver bangles and a pair of teardrop earrings.'
  20. 'The blood red teardrop jewel seemed to fall right below the orb that Koji had given me.'

More definitions

1. a tear or something suggesting a tear: A single teardrop rolled down her face.

2. something shaped like a drop of a thin liquid, having a globular form at the bottom, tapering to a point at the top.

More examples(as adjective)

"fallings can be teardrop."