Meaning of DRY in English

DRY

adj. 1 dehydrated, desiccated, arid, sear, parched, waterless, moistureless; barren, bare, fruitless With no rain for a month, the dry earth yielded no crops 2 dreary, boring, tedious, tiresome, wearisome, wearying, tiring, dull, uninteresting, monotonous, prosaic, commonplace, stale, uninspired; plain, unadorned, unembellished The minister's speech was as dry as could be, a litany of dry statistics 3 witty, droll, wry, cynical, biting, sarcastic, cutting, keen, sly, ironic Oscar Wilde was known for his dry witticisms

v. 4 dehydrate, desiccate, parch As the rainfall subsided, the land dried and changed into a desert 5 dry up or out, wither, shrivel, shrink, wilt The plants dried because they weren't watered

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