bone-dry


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Synonyms for bone-dry

having little or no liquid or moisture

Synonyms for bone-dry

without a trace of moisture

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Racy and bone-dry, with mouth-filling apricot and lime scented with green apple, herbs, and blossoms.
Galavotti's bone-dry wit and urbane observations will be sorely missed on england trips.
Before long hits such as Just Dance and Poker Face helped make her one of the most famous people on the planet, but as anyone who saw her on The Graham Norton Show the other week will testify, she's also a quick-witted celeb with a bone-dry sense of humour.
This discovery debunked beliefs held since the return of the first Apollo rocks that the moon was bone-dry.
The 82% is akin to a bone-dry Manzanilla sherry or Islay Malt Whisky.
Many businesses in the city shuttered as authorities closed bridges over the Santa Catarina river, usually bone-dry but surging on Friday.
You would think that bone-dry areas like Southern California need that $2.
YOU'LL be shaken and stirred as award-wining comedy duo Maggie Fox and Sue Ryding get into Bondage in this pacey pastiche as refreshing as a twist of lemon in a bone-dry Martini.
LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST -- Fire continued to rage Tuesday near Gorman across bone-dry brush that hasn't burned in nearly a half-century.
The Bottle: The unusual rose (AU$17 with tax), a blend of two rare German cultivars (Trollinger and Lemberger), is bone-dry and goes well with spicy cuisine or seafood.
I was shocked by the difference between the picture I had in my head and the one that I was seeing before me--grey bone-dry land, scattered with old Russian tanks and pieces of cars and lorries.
And Jennifer Saunders returned to the bone-dry comedy well that is Absolutely Fabulous.
committed to taking in ground wood chips for $8 per bone-dry ton FOB.