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Very dry, especially having less precipitation than is needed to support most trees or woody plants. Deserts have arid climates.
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  1. Very dry, especially having less precipitation than is needed to support most trees or woody plants. Deserts have arid climates.
  2. Lacking interest or feeling; lifeless and dull:
  3. Lacking enough water for things to grow; dry and barren
Of a battery, empty of charge; discharged.
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  1. Of a battery, empty of charge; discharged.
  2. Lacking motivation and energy; very tired; knackered.
  1. Dry.
  2. Very thirsty:
  3. Dried out from extreme heat:
Not requiring water, as a cooling system.
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  1. Not requiring water, as a cooling system.
  2. Without water; dry
Not producing crops or fruit; having little or no vegetation
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  1. Not producing crops or fruit; having little or no vegetation
  2. Devoid of something specified:
  3. Lacking vegetation, especially useful vegetation:
Suffering from dehydration.
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  1. Suffering from dehydration.
  2. From which the water has been removed.
(Chemistry) having no water of crystallization
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  1. (Chemistry) having no water of crystallization
  2. Having little or no water
Lacking the usual or appropriate covering or clothing; naked:
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  1. Lacking the usual or appropriate covering or clothing; naked:
  2. Having no addition, adornment, or qualification:
  3. Without embellishment; unadorned; simple; plain
Feeling thirst; wanting to drink
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  1. Feeling thirst; wanting to drink
  2. Causing thirst; giving one a need to drink.
  3. Needing to drink.
That keeps out water completely; esp., treated with rubber, plastic, etc. so that water will not penetrate
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  1. That keeps out water completely; esp., treated with rubber, plastic, etc. so that water will not penetrate
  2. Made of or covered with material that doesn't allow water in.
Not letting rain through; shedding rain
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  1. Not letting rain through; shedding rain
  2. (Of external clothing) waterproof
Cooked by baking.
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  1. Cooked by baking.
  2. (Slang) Intoxicated, especially by marijuana.
Harsh or severe in effect or intention:
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  1. Harsh or severe in effect or intention:
  2. Lacking in shade; undiminished:
  3. Marked by stubborn refusal to compromise or yield; uncompromising:
Collapsed in size.
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  1. Collapsed in size.
  2. Wrinkled because the volume has reduced while the surface area of the outer layer has remained constant.
Barren and uninhabited; desolate:
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  1. Barren and uninhabited; desolate:
  2. Of, relating to, characteristic of, or inhabiting a desert:
  3. A large, dry, barren region, usually having sandy or rocky soil and little or no vegetation. Water lost to evaporation and transpiration in a desert exceeds the amount of precipitation; most deserts average less than 25 cm (9.75 inches) of precipitation each year, concentrated in short local bursts. Deserts cover about one fifth of the Earth's surface, with the principal warm deserts located mainly along the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn, where warm, rising equatorial air masses that have already lost most of their moisture descend over the subtropical regions. Cool deserts are located at higher elevations in the temperate regions, often on the lee side of a barrier mountain range where the prevailing winds drop their moisture before crossing the range.
Covered or filled with dust.
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  1. Covered or filled with dust.
  2. Like dust; powdery
  3. Covered with dust; full of dust
(Of a plant) lacking in sap
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  1. (Of a plant) lacking in sap
  2. Lacking spirit or energy.
  3. (Figuratively, of a person etc.) lacking vivacity
(Old Poet.) Dried up; withered
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  1. (Old Poet.) Dried up; withered
  2. The entire sequence of ecological communities successively occupying an area from the initial stage to the climax community.
  3. Withered; dry:
Relating to or being uranium whose fissionable isotope uranium 235 has been mostly removed, consisting primarily of the remaining isotope uranium 238.
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  1. Relating to or being uranium whose fissionable isotope uranium 235 has been mostly removed, consisting primarily of the remaining isotope uranium 238.
  2. Extremely tired; exhausted or worn out.
Absolutely abstaining from, or prohibiting the use of, alcoholic drinks
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  1. Absolutely abstaining from, or prohibiting the use of, alcoholic drinks
  2. (Idiomatic) totally dry; without moisture.
  3. Alternative form of bone-dry.
Suffering from dehydration.
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  1. Suffering from dehydration.
  2. From which the water has been removed.
(Archaic) Thirsty.
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  1. (Archaic) Thirsty.
  2. (Figuratively) Eager or extremely desirous (for something).
  3. (Archaic) Thirsty.
For making holes
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  1. For making holes
  2. Dull, tiresome, etc.
  3. Uninteresting and tiresome; dull.
Lacking interest; dull; tedious
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  1. Lacking interest; dull; tedious
  2. Arousing little or no interest; boring or uneventful.
Tiresome by reason of length, slowness, or dullness; boring.
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  1. Tiresome by reason of length, slowness, or dullness; boring.
  2. (Obsolete) Moving or progressing very slowly.
  3. Full of tedium; long or verbose and wearisome; tiresome; boring
Of or relating to a hierarchy with relatively few tiers or levels:
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  1. Of or relating to a hierarchy with relatively few tiers or levels:
  2. Not glossy; matte:
  3. Having lost effervescence or sparkle:
Of, pertaining to, or connected with satire.
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  1. Of, pertaining to, or connected with satire.
  2. Given to or fond of making satirical remarks.
  3. Of, like, or containing satire
Difficult to understand; abstruse:
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  1. Difficult to understand; abstruse:
  2. So slight as to be difficult to detect or describe; elusive:
  3. Delicately suggestive; not grossly obvious
Of, having the nature of, or characterized by sarcasm; sneering, caustic, cutting, etc.
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  1. Of, having the nature of, or characterized by sarcasm; sneering, caustic, cutting, etc.
  2. (Of a person) Having the personality trait of expressing sarcasm.
  3. Given to using sarcasm:
Of or relating to the Cynics, a sect of ancient Greek philosophers who believed virtue to be the only good and self-control to be the only means of achieving virtue.
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  1. Of or relating to the Cynics, a sect of ancient Greek philosophers who believed virtue to be the only good and self-control to be the only means of achieving virtue.
  2. (Medicine, rare) like the actions of a snarling dog.
  3. Concerned only with one's own interests and disregarding accepted standards to achieve them: A cynical fool
(Dial.) Skillful or clever
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  1. (Dial.) Skillful or clever
  2. Clever or cunning, especially in the practice of deceit.
  3. Playfully mischievous:
Suggestive of the sea or sailing life.
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  1. Suggestive of the sea or sailing life.
  2. Witty; pungent; earthy:
  3. Sharp; piquant; witty
To dry up or cause to dry up.
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  1. To dry up or cause to dry up.
Dry; having run out of water.
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Having the quality of irony; directly opposite to what is or might be expected
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  1. Having the quality of irony; directly opposite to what is or might be expected
  2. Using, or given to the use of, irony
  3. Poignantly contrary to what was expected or intended:
(Archaic) Abnormally twisted or bent to one side; crooked:
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  1. (Archaic) Abnormally twisted or bent to one side; crooked:
  2. Funny in an understated, sarcastic, or ironic way:
  3. Made by twisting or distorting the features
Amusing in an odd or wry way
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  1. Amusing in an odd or wry way
  2. Amusingly odd or whimsically comical.
Employing or showing humor; witty:
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  1. Employing or showing humor; witty:
  2. Full of or characterized by humor; funny:
  3. Having or expressing humor; funny; amusing; comical
Prevented from moving; held down or secured:
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  1. Prevented from moving; held down or secured:
  2. Characterized by self-restraint; reserved:
  3. Characterized by restraint; exercising, or showing the results of, self-discipline or rational control; controlled
Disdainfully or humorously sneering or sarcastic
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  1. Disdainfully or humorously sneering or sarcastic
  2. Scornfully or cynically mocking:
  3. Given to making sardonic remarks:
Tending to bite.
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  1. Tending to bite.
  2. Relating to an animal or animals capable of biting, especially an insect.
  3. Of or relating to insects and certain other animals that wound the skin with a sting, mouthparts, or fangs.
Having a temperate climate
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  1. Having a temperate climate
  2. (Biology) Relating to a virus that infects bacterial cells but rarely causes lysis:
  3. Of or occurring in the Temperate Zone:
Characterized by abstinence
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  1. Characterized by abstinence
  2. Characterized by abstinence or moderation:
  3. Moderate, esp. in eating and drinking; temperate
Plain or subdued, as in decoration:
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  1. Plain or subdued, as in decoration:
  2. Temperate or sparing in the use of alcoholic liquor
  3. Temperate in any way; not extreme or extravagant
Excluding or unavailable to certain groups:
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  1. Excluding or unavailable to certain groups:
  2. Excluding a certain group or groups; esp., limited to white gentiles
  3. Kept within certain limits; limited:
Dry as a bone that has lain exposed to the air; very dry
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  1. Dry as a bone that has lain exposed to the air; very dry
  2. Alternative form of bone-dry.
  3. (Idiomatic) totally dry; without moisture.
Lacking interest or feeling; lifeless and dull:
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  1. Lacking interest or feeling; lifeless and dull:
  2. Lacking moisture, especially having insufficient rainfall to support trees or woody plants:
  3. Lacking enough water for things to grow; dry and barren
Direct and candid:
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  1. Direct and candid:
  2. Not deviating from the normal or strict form:
  3. Not altered, embellished, or modified:
Opposed to the drinking of alcohol.
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  1. Opposed to the drinking of alcohol.
  2. Abstinent from alcohol, never drinking alcohol.
  3. (Informal) Entire; complete
To remove water from (a compound, substance, bodily tissues, etc.); dry
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  1. To remove water from (a compound, substance, bodily tissues, etc.); dry
  2. To deplete the bodily fluids of a person or organism:
  3. To lose water; become dry
To remove moisture from (milk, vegetables, fruits, etc.) by heating or drying so as to get a concentrated product
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  1. To remove moisture from (milk, vegetables, fruits, etc.) by heating or drying so as to get a concentrated product
  2. To change (a liquid or solid) into vapor; drive out or draw off in the form of vapor
  3. To draw moisture from, as by heating, leaving only the dry solid portion.
(Intransitive) To manually dry dishes
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  1. (Intransitive) To manually dry dishes
  2. To cause to become dry.
  3. (Intransitive) To become dry (often of weather); to lose water.
To lose or cause to lose vitality or intensity:
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  1. To lose or cause to lose vitality or intensity:
  2. To become or make shrunken and wrinkled, often by drying:
To cause to lose force or vitality; diminish or destroy:
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  1. To cause to lose force or vitality; diminish or destroy:
  2. To lose vigor or freshness; become wasted or decayed
  3. To cause to quail or feel abashed, as by a scornful glance
To cause to droop or lose freshness:
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  1. To cause to droop or lose freshness:
  2. To become limp or flaccid; droop:
  3. To become limp, as from heat or lack of water; wither; droop
To rub, move, or pass (a cloth, for example) over a surface.
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  1. To rub, move, or pass (a cloth, for example) over a surface.
  2. To rub or pass over with a cloth, mop, etc., as for cleaning or drying
  3. To subject to light rubbing or friction, as with a cloth or paper, in order to clean or dry.
To flow off or out:
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  1. To flow off or out:
  2. To become empty by the drawing off of liquid:
  3. To draw water or any liquid from gradually so as to dry or empty
Alternative form of air-dry.
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  1. Alternative form of air-dry.
  2. To dry by exposing to the air
To deplete the bodily fluids of a person or organism:
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  1. To deplete the bodily fluids of a person or organism:
  2. To lose or remove water; to dry
  3. To remove water from (a compound, substance, bodily tissues, etc.); dry
To remove volatile liquid from a substance by sublimation (normally under vacuum) from the frozen state
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  1. To remove volatile liquid from a substance by sublimation (normally under vacuum) from the frozen state
  2. To subject (food, vaccines, etc.) to quick-freezing followed by drying under high vacuum at a low temperature: a freeze-dried product, as food, will keep for long periods at room temperature
  3. To preserve a substance, such as food, by freezing it rapidly and placing it in a vacuum chamber, where the water frozen in the substance evaporates through sublimation.
To spill or spread in a spot or stain.
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  1. To spill or spread in a spot or stain.
  2. To spot or stain, as with a discoloring substance:
  3. To dry by soaking up the wet liquid, as with blotting paper
To wash, moisten, or absorb with a sponge.
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  1. To wash, moisten, or absorb with a sponge.
  2. To remove or obliterate with or as with a damp sponge
  3. To remove or absorb with a sponge or cloth:
To wipe or rub dry with a towel.
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  1. To wipe or rub dry with a towel.
To become completely dry
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  1. To become completely dry
  2. To dry completely
  3. To remove the moisture from something or dry it thoroughly. &diamf3; A desiccator is a container that removes moisture from the air within it. &diamf3; A desiccator contains a desiccant, a substance that traps or absorbs water molecules. Some desiccants include silica gel (silicon dioxide), calcium sulfate (dehydrated gypsum), calcium oxide (calcined lime), synthetic molecular sieves (porous crystalline aluminosilicates), and dried clay.
To dry up and shrivel with cold
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  1. To dry up and shrivel with cold
  2. To become very dry, hot, thirsty, etc.
  3. To dry or roast (corn, for example) by exposing to heat.
To destroy (land and buildings) by fire or military action so as to leave nothing salvageable to an enemy army.
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  1. To destroy (land and buildings) by fire or military action so as to leave nothing salvageable to an enemy army.
  2. To dry out or wither with intense heat:
  3. To go or move at a very fast, often excessively fast rate.
(Chem.) To cause molecules of (the same or different substances) to combine to form a more complex compound, often with elimination of a simple molecule, as water
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  1. (Chem.) To cause molecules of (the same or different substances) to combine to form a more complex compound, often with elimination of a simple molecule, as water
  2. To change (a substance) to a denser form, as from a gas to a liquid
  3. To concentrate (a substance), especially by removing water.
To increase the strength and diminish the bulk of, as of a liquid or an ore; to intensify, by getting rid of useless material; to condense; -- opposed to dilute.
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  1. To increase the strength and diminish the bulk of, as of a liquid or an ore; to intensify, by getting rid of useless material; to condense; -- opposed to dilute.
  2. To direct or draw toward a common center; focus.
  3. (Intransitive) To bring to, or direct toward, a common center; to unite more closely; to gather into one body, mass, or force.
To use up completely:
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  1. To use up completely:
  2. To let out the contents of (a container); cause or allow to escape:
  3. To discuss or treat completely; cover thoroughly:
To dry or parch (drugs or ores) with heat
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  1. To dry or parch (drugs or ores) with heat
Not containing water, especially water of crystallization.
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  1. Not containing water, especially water of crystallization.
Lacking interest or feeling; lifeless and dull:
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  1. Lacking interest or feeling; lifeless and dull:
  2. Lacking enough water for things to grow; dry and barren
  3. Lacking moisture, especially having insufficient rainfall to support trees or woody plants:
(Idiomatic) totally dry; without moisture.
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  1. (Idiomatic) totally dry; without moisture.
  2. Dry as a bone that has lain exposed to the air; very dry
  3. Alternative form of bone-dry.
(Old Poet.) Dried up; withered
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  1. (Old Poet.) Dried up; withered
  2. The entire sequence of ecological communities successively occupying an area from the initial stage to the climax community.
  3. Withered; dry:
Lacking water; dry.
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  1. Lacking water; dry.
Lacking interest or feeling; lifeless and dull:
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  1. Lacking interest or feeling; lifeless and dull:
  2. Lacking enough water for things to grow; dry and barren
  3. Lacking moisture, especially having insufficient rainfall to support trees or woody plants:
Very absorbent:
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  1. Very absorbent:
  2. Lacking water or moisture; dry; parched
  3. Arid; parched:
Irritating or annoying
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  1. Irritating or annoying
  2. Harsh and rasping
Severe, cruel, or exacting:
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  1. Severe, cruel, or exacting:
  2. Unpleasantly sharp or rough
  3. Unpleasantly coarse and rough to the touch:
Having a rough, husky voice, esp. temporarily as from irritation of the throat or vocal cords
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  1. Having a rough, husky voice, esp. temporarily as from irritation of the throat or vocal cords
  2. Afflicted by a dry, quite harsh voice.
  3. Harsh and grating in sound; sounding rough and husky
That jars (clashes or disagrees); incongruous, conflictful.
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  1. That jars (clashes or disagrees); incongruous, conflictful.
Easily irritated
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  1. Easily irritated
  2. (Of sound) Rough, raw, especially used to describe vocal quality.
  3. Rough; grating.
Loud and rowdy
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  1. Loud and rowdy
  2. Hoarse; rough-sounding
  3. Rough-sounding and harsh:
Coarse or shaggy to the touch:
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  1. Coarse or shaggy to the touch:
  2. Harsh, rude, brutal, etc.; not gentle or mild
  3. Sounding harsh; discordant; jarring
Having the appearance of being drawn roughly, hurriedly, etc.; made with scratches
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  1. Having the appearance of being drawn roughly, hurriedly, etc.; made with scratches
  2. Harsh and irritating:
  3. Making a harsh scratching noise:
Making squawking sounds.
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  1. Making squawking sounds.
  2. (Of a sound) Resembling a squawk; raw and grating
Harsh-sounding; shrill; grating
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  1. Harsh-sounding; shrill; grating
  2. Loud, harsh, grating, or shrill:
  3. Characterized by harsh, irritating insistence
Feeling thirst; wanting to drink
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  1. Feeling thirst; wanting to drink
  2. Lacking water or moisture; dry; parched
  3. Very absorbent:
(Figuratively) Eager or extremely desirous (for something).
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  1. (Figuratively) Eager or extremely desirous (for something).
  2. (Archaic) Thirsty.
  3. (Archaic) Thirsty.
Sharp or biting, as in character or expression:
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  1. Sharp or biting, as in character or expression:
  2. Sour in taste
  3. Sour or bitter tasting; acid.
Of, producing, or like vinegar; sour
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  1. Of, producing, or like vinegar; sour
  2. Having an acetic taste; sour-tasting.
  3. Of, relating to, or producing acetic acid or vinegar.
Having a high concentration of acid.
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  1. Having a high concentration of acid.
  2. (Geology) Containing a large proportion of silica:
  3. Having the characteristics of an acid.
Somewhat sarcastic
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  1. Somewhat sarcastic
  2. Slightly sour in taste or in manner.
  3. Somewhat acid or sour
Having the sharp, acid taste of lemon juice, vinegar, green fruit, etc.
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  1. Having the sharp, acid taste of lemon juice, vinegar, green fruit, etc.
  2. Of or relating to excessively acid soil that is damaging to crops.
  3. Excessively acid
Having a tang, or pleasantly sharp flavor
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  1. Having a tang, or pleasantly sharp flavor
Sharp or bitter in tone or meaning; cutting.
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  1. Sharp or bitter in tone or meaning; cutting.
  2. Having a sharp pungent taste; sour.
  3. Sharp in taste; sour; acid; acidulous
Not covered by natural growth
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  1. Not covered by natural growth
  2. Lacking a natural or usual covering:
  3. Bare; plain; unadorned
Just sufficient; mere:
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  1. Just sufficient; mere:
  2. Having no addition, adornment, or qualification:
  3. Without embellishment; unadorned; simple; plain
Not elaborate or complicated; simple:
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  1. Not elaborate or complicated; simple:
  2. Not dyed, twilled, or patterned:
  3. Not complicated; simple
Having little or no ornamentation; not embellished or adorned:
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  1. Having little or no ornamentation; not embellished or adorned:
  2. Not luxurious or elegant; plain
  3. Lowly in condition or rank:
Pure, natural, unmodified (especially in the phrase "unvarnished truth").
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  1. Pure, natural, unmodified (especially in the phrase "unvarnished truth").
  2. Stated or otherwise presented without any effort to soften or disguise; plain:
  3. Plain; simple; unadorned
Devoid of or not subject to emotion.
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  1. Devoid of or not subject to emotion.
  2. Not feeling or showing emotion; placid; calm
  3. Revealing no emotion; expressionless.
Of, or relating to facts only; literal, realistic
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  1. Of, or relating to facts only; literal, realistic
  2. Sticking strictly to facts; literal, unimaginative, unemotional, prosaic, etc.
  3. Straightforward or unemotional:
Not easily stirred or moved in feeling.
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  1. Not easily stirred or moved in feeling.
  2. Showing little or no feeling.
  3. Reasoned and objective, involving reason or intellect rather than feelings.
Lacking interest or feeling; lifeless and dull:
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  1. Lacking interest or feeling; lifeless and dull:
  2. Very dry, especially having less precipitation than is needed to support most trees or woody plants. Deserts have arid climates.
  3. Lacking enough water for things to grow; dry and barren
Not septic; free from or keeping away disease-producing or putrefying microorganisms
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  1. Not septic; free from or keeping away disease-producing or putrefying microorganisms
  2. Free of microorganisms that cause disease.
  3. Using methods to protect against infection by pathogenic microorganisms:
Pale; pallid:
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  1. Pale; pallid:
  2. Lacking color:
  3. Without color
Faded and dull in appearance.
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  1. Faded and dull in appearance.
  2. Dull or commonplace in character; dreary:
  3. Of a light olive brown or khaki color.
Not having a sharp edge or point; blunt:
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  1. Not having a sharp edge or point; blunt:
  2. Not pointed or sharp; blunt; not keen
  3. Not clear or resonant:
Confined to or by the earth or earthly things
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  1. Confined to or by the earth or earthly things
  2. Confined to the Earth
  3. Attached or confined to the earth or to earthly concerns:
Having a relatively broad level surface in relation to thickness or depth:
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  1. Having a relatively broad level surface in relation to thickness or depth:
  2. Having lost effervescence or sparkle:
  3. Not glossy; matte:
Lacking taste or flavor; without seasoning, spice, or discernible qualities of taste.
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  1. Lacking taste or flavor; without seasoning, spice, or discernible qualities of taste.
  2. Flat; lacking character or definition.
Not exceptional; not worthy of special merit, attention, or interest; having no vitality
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  1. Not exceptional; not worthy of special merit, attention, or interest; having no vitality
  2. Having no shine or lustre; dull
  3. Lacking brightness, luster, or vitality; dull.
Having no living beings
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  1. Having no living beings
  2. Without life
  3. Dull; listless
Lacking distinction, radiance, or vitality; dull:
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  1. Lacking distinction, radiance, or vitality; dull:
  2. Without luster, dull, not shiny, flat or matte finished.
Of, or relating to facts only; literal, realistic
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  1. Of, or relating to facts only; literal, realistic
  2. Lacking emotion or colour
  3. Sticking strictly to facts; literal, unimaginative, unemotional, prosaic, etc.
Going or performed on foot:
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  1. Going or performed on foot:
  2. Lacking interest or imagination; prosaic; ordinary and dull
  3. Of, relating to, or made for pedestrians:
Commonplace, dull and ordinary
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  1. Commonplace, dull and ordinary
  2. Lacking in imagination and spirit; dull.
  3. Of or like prose rather than poetry; often, specif., heavy, flat, unimaginative, etc.
Lacking spirit, energy, or vigor; listless; depressed
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  1. Lacking spirit, energy, or vigor; listless; depressed
(Bot.) Unable or failing to bear fruit or spores, as a plant, or to germinate, as a seed
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  1. (Bot.) Unable or failing to bear fruit or spores, as a plant, or to germinate, as a seed
  2. Not producing or incapable of producing seed, fruit, spores, or other reproductive structures. Used of plants or their parts.
  3. Producing little or no vegetation; unfruitful:
Drab, unfashionable, or unattractive
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  1. Drab, unfashionable, or unattractive
  2. (Of food) having a thick, semi-solid consistency; glutinous; heavy on the stomach.
  3. Dull; tedious; uninteresting
Lacking or done without inspiration or enthusiasm:
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  1. Lacking or done without inspiration or enthusiasm:
  2. Not inspired; lacking spirit, creativity, zest, etc.; dull
  3. Not inspired; dull or dry
For making holes
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  1. For making holes
  2. Dull, tiresome, etc.
  3. Uninteresting and tiresome; dull.
(Poetic) Dreary.
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  1. (Poetic) Dreary.
  2. Dreary.
  3. (Old Poet.) Dreary; melancholy
Dismal; bleak.
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  1. Dismal; bleak.
  2. Boring; dull:
  3. Gloomy; cheerless; depressing; dismal; dull
Not intensely or keenly felt:
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  1. Not intensely or keenly felt:
  2. Dispirited; depressed:
  3. Not clear or resonant:
Lacking variety or excitement; dull; boring.
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  1. Lacking variety or excitement; dull; boring.
Causing annoyance, weariness, or vexation:
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  1. Causing annoyance, weariness, or vexation:
  2. That tends to irk; tiresome or annoying
  3. Disagreeable or troublesome by reason of long continuance or repetition; bothersome; annoying; irritating; wearisome; tedious.
Having little or no variation or variety
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  1. Having little or no variation or variety
  2. Tiresome because unvarying
  3. Going on in the same tone without variation
(Informal) Dull or stodgy; not interesting or stimulating
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  1. (Informal) Dull or stodgy; not interesting or stimulating
  2. Poorly ventilated; having little fresh air; close
  3. Dull and boring:
(Obsolete) Moving or progressing very slowly.
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  1. (Obsolete) Moving or progressing very slowly.
  2. Tiresome by reason of length, slowness, or dullness; boring.
  3. Full of tedium; long or verbose and wearisome; tiresome; boring
Causing fatigue or boredom; wearisome.
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  1. Causing fatigue or boredom; wearisome.
  2. Annoying; irksome
  3. Tiring; boring; tedious
Lacking interest; dull; tedious
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  1. Lacking interest; dull; tedious
  2. Arousing little or no interest; boring or uneventful.
That makes weary; tiresome
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  1. That makes weary; tiresome
  2. Causing weariness; tedious.
  3. Very weary; exhausted
Causing physical or mental fatigue; tedious or tiresome.
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  1. Causing physical or mental fatigue; tedious or tiresome.
  2. Causing weariness; tiring, tiresome, or tedious
  3. Tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue.
Causing fatigue; tiresome:
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  1. Causing fatigue; tiresome:
  2. Tired; worn out
  3. Irksome; tedious; tiresome
To become completely dry
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  1. To become completely dry
  2. To remove the moisture from something or dry it thoroughly. &diamf3; A desiccator is a container that removes moisture from the air within it. &diamf3; A desiccator contains a desiccant, a substance that traps or absorbs water molecules. Some desiccants include silica gel (silicon dioxide), calcium sulfate (dehydrated gypsum), calcium oxide (calcined lime), synthetic molecular sieves (porous crystalline aluminosilicates), and dried clay.
  3. To dry out thoroughly.
To become very dry, hot, thirsty, etc.
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  1. To become very dry, hot, thirsty, etc.
  2. To dry or roast (corn, for example) by exposing to heat.
  3. To dry up and shrivel with cold
To cover or fill with a thick layer, as of compacted matter:
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  1. To cover or fill with a thick layer, as of compacted matter:
  2. To become formed into a compact or crusty mass:
  3. To form into a hard mass or a crust; solidify or encrust
To make of, or cover with, concrete
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  1. To make of, or cover with, concrete
  2. To form into a mass; solidify
  3. To build, treat, or cover with hard, strong conglomerate construction material.
To solidify or coagulate:
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  1. To solidify or coagulate:
  2. To cause to solidify or coagulate:
  3. To cause to come together to form a whole or produce a result:
To rise and become stable. Used of prices.
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  1. To rise and become stable. Used of prices.
  2. To become fixed, settled, or less subject to change:
  3. To become hard or harder.
To cause to be firmly established
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