Sprinkle – meaning of the word and examples

To drop a few pieces or drops of something over a surface. (Cambridge Dictionary)

If you sprinkle a thing with something such as a liquid or powder, you scatter the liquid or powder over it. (Collins Dictionary)

If something is sprinkled with particular things, it has a few of them throughout it and they are far apart from each other. (Collins Dictionary)

Cover (an object or surface) with small drops or particles of a substance. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Scatter or pour (small drops or particles of a substance) over an object or surface. (Oxford Dictionaries)

To scatter in drops or particles. (Merriam – Webster)


Rainbow sprinkle sugar cookies.



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