Definition of Dryest

1. Adjective. (superlative of dry) ¹



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Definition of Dryest

1. dry [adj] - See also: dry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dryest

drybeat
drybeaten
drybeats
dryclean
drycleaned
drycleaner
drycleaners
drycleaning
drycleans
drydock
drydocked
drydocking
drydocks
dryer
dryers
dryest (current term)
dryfat
dryfats
dryfire
dryfired
dryfires
dryfiring
drygoods
drygulch
drygulched
drygulcher
drygulchers
drygulches
drygulching
drying

Literary usage of Dryest

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1. Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries by Charles Darwin (1846)
"... manners, and place of habitation, which is generally in the dryest valley, there is also a wide difference. We returned to the Venda to eat our dinners. ..."

2. Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World by Mark Twain (1897)
"The dryest community on the earth. The government has lately reduced the duty upon foreign wines. ..."

3. The Book-collector's Hand-book: A Modern Library Companion by Edward Churton (1845)
"... seek for it in the pages of Doctor Dibdin, the most intelligent and amusing of modern bibliographers, whose spirit infuses life into the dryest subject, ..."

4. Bulletin by North Carolina Dept. of Conservation and Development, North Carolina Geological Survey (1883-1905), North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey (1895)
"in the dryest possible season of 375 horsepower, while in ordinary dry seasons the power would be much greater than this (page 212). ..."

5. State Sanitation: A Review of the Work of the Massachusetts State Board of by George Chandler Whipple (1917)
"... in the average daily flow during the dryest month and the dryest year, and also in the flow during the dryest year and a long series of years, ..."

6. Reports of the Late John Smeaton, F.R.S., Made on Various Occasions, in the by John Smeaton (1837)
"97000, ought to be deducted ; because, as the soakage returns into the rivers, and will be maintained by means of the reservoir as great in the dryest times ..."

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