Teardrop or Tear Drop

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MoltresRider

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English (United States)
Do I use tear drop as one word or two as in the sentence.

"a teardrop emits from Reshiram's eye." or "a tear drop emits from Reshiram's eye."

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  • Piatkow

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    English - London
    In colloquial British English teardrops are normally referred to as "falling", as in lingobingo's suggestion, even though they don't literally fall to the ground.
     
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