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Oxford dictionary definition of the word drizzle:
1 [mass noun] light rain falling in very fine drops:
Scotland will be cloudy with patchy drizzle
a steady drizzle has been falling since 3 a.m.
2(in cookery) a thin stream of a liquid ingredient trickled over food:
raw mushrooms, thinly sliced and served with lemon, a little salt, and a drizzle of olive oil
1 [no object] (it drizzles, it is drizzling, etc.) rain lightly:
it’s started to drizzle
2 [with object] (in cookery) trickle a thin stream of (a liquid ingredient) over food:
drizzle the clarified butter over the top
adjective (drizzlier, drizzliest)
mid 16th century: probably based on Old English drēosan ‘to fall’, of Germanic origin; probably related to dreary