Definition of Dried-out

1. Adjective. Thoroughly dried out. "Dried-out boards beginning to split"

Exact synonyms: Desiccated
Similar to: Dry



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dried-out

dribbles
dribblet
dribblets
dribblier
dribbling
dribbly
driblet
driblets
dribs
dribs and drabs
drice
drices
dricksie
dricksier
dried
dried-out (current term)
dried-up
dried alum
dried apricot
dried fruit
dried human albumin
dried human plasma protein fraction
dried human serum
dried milk
dried out
dried plum
dried plums
dried up
dried yeast
driefat

Literary usage of Dried-out

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1. Transactions by Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings (Great Britain) (1905)
"The eggs are generally very resistant to unfavorable environments. They have been dried out and kept for months and afterwards hatched. ..."

2. The Encyclopædia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"When dry the goods are damped back and staked, dried out and re-staked. ... They arc then dried out, topped with linseed mucilage, and again dried. ..."

3. Trukese-English Dictionary =: Pwpwuken Tettenin Fóós, Chuuk-Ingenes by Ward Hunt Goodenough, Hiroshi Sugita (1980)
"be thirsty, be dried out (as a dead tree). ... dried out (as the fallen from the tree). last stage of a ripe coconut after it has drift: ..."

4. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1907)
"After the potatoes are thoroughly dried out, and while the house is being gradually cooled, the amount of ventilation should be reduced correspondingly, ..."

5. Animal Proteins by Hugh Garner Bennett (1921)
"After dyeing the goods are struck out again, starched, and dried out on boards. ... This is done by the " hard grain " roller, and the goods are dried out ..."

6. Animal Proteins by Hugh Garner Bennett (1921)
"After dyeing the goods are struck out again, starched, and dried out on boards. ... This is done by the " hard grain " roller, and the goods are dried out ..."

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