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Synonyms for dry

thirsty

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alcohol-free

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dried out

drain

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  • drain
  • make dry
  • remove the water from
  • wipe
  • dab dry
  • rub dry

dehydrate

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dry out

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  • become sober
  • give up drinking
  • give up alcohol
  • go on the wagon
  • become teetotal
  • overcome alcoholism

dry up or out: become dry

Synonyms for dry

having little or no liquid or moisture

having little or no precipitation

needing or desiring drink

having a taste characteristic of that produced by acids

without addition, decoration, or qualification

with little or no emotion or expression

to make or become free of moisture

to make or become physically hard

dry up: to make or become no longer fresh or shapely because of loss of moisture

dry up: to make or become no longer active or productive

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a reformer who opposes the use of intoxicating beverages

become dry or drier

free from liquid or moisture

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humorously sarcastic or mocking

lacking moisture or volatile components

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opposed to or prohibiting the production and sale of alcoholic beverages

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not producing milk

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(of liquor) having a low residual sugar content because of decomposition of sugar during fermentation

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without a mucous or watery discharge

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not shedding tears

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lacking interest or stimulation

used of solid substances in contrast with liquid ones

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unproductive especially of the expected results

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having no adornment or coloration

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(of food) eaten without a spread or sauce or other garnish

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having a large proportion of strong liquor

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lacking warmth or emotional involvement

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practicing complete abstinence from alcoholic beverages

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Before this one, the driest September on record was 1959, with 23.
5 inches of rain fall on Eugene in the first quarter of the year, the fourth-driest such period on record, assuming this year ends up as the driest.
The recent spring weather was the driest on record in parts of the south east and central southern England, and the driest right across England and Wales since 1990.
This is very abnormal," said Mr Isa, who revealed this is the driest winter since 1943.
The Golden State, now in an official drought, experienced its driest spring in 88 years, which helped fuel as many as 1,400 wildfires in Northern California, many of them still burning.
It was also the driest May since 2005 and 22nd equal driest on record with only 21.
A time series of soil moisture values over the depth of the soil shows the actual changes in soil moisture so the extractable soil moisture can be estimated from the difference between the wettest and driest profiles.
Bandelier National Monument set the fire during our driest and windiest season, and a lack of coordination amongst various federal agencies allowed it to get out of control.
This would be the earliest that the taps have been turned on in Festival history, but comes on the back of January having been the driest month of the last calendar year at the track.
Around 110,000 homes in SUSSEX have been told they can't use hoses for the "foreseeable future" after the second driest winter since 1904.
in the 20th century, were the driest and wettest respectively.
Love in the Driest Season: A Family Memoir by Neely Tucker Crown, February 2004 $23.
Recent rain has done little to replenish water levels in rivers and reservoirs already low after one of the driest periods on record.
With 2,666 miles of coastline, this elongated country provides vastly diverse landscape, geography and climate ranging from the driest desert on earth to the ominous Andes mountain range and some of the richest vineyards in the world.
In the Atacama Desert in northern Chile (reputedly the driest place in the world), German firm Auer and Weber have built a new centre for astronomers to observe the heavens.