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Definitions of dry:

part of speech: noun

Drier.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To lose or be deprived of moisture.

part of speech: adjective

Free from moisture or wetness; not yielding juices; without interest; unintentionally humorous or quaint; without sweetness or fruity flavor; thirsty; solid, as opposed to liquid; as, dry measure.

part of speech: adjective

Thirsty.

part of speech: adjective

Free from water or moisture; not rainy not juicy; arid; thirsty; barren; void of interest, as applied to persons; sarcastic; severe; humorous.

part of speech: verb transitive

To free from water or moisture: to exhaust.

part of speech: verb transitive

To free from moisture or juice; stop the flow of; parch.

part of speech: adjective

Free from moisture: deficient in moisture: without sap: not green: not giving milk: thirsty: uninteresting: frigid, precise.

part of speech: adverb

Dryly, drily.

part of speech: superlative

Driest.

part of speech: verb

To free from water or moisture, as by wiping; to lose moisture.

part of speech: noun

Dryness.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To become dry: to become free from juice: to evaporate entirely:- pr. p. drying; pa. p. dried'.

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