Definition of Droughtier

1. droughty [adj] - See also: droughty



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Droughtier

drostdies
drostdy
drostdys
drosulphakinin
drotaverin
drotaverine
drotchel
drotchels
drotebanol
drotrecogin alfa
drott
drotts
drought
drought-tolerant
droughted
droughtier (current term)
droughtiest
droughtiness
droughtinesses
droughting
droughtless
droughtproof
droughts
droughty
drouk
drouked
drouking
droukings
droukit
drouks

Literary usage of Droughtier

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1. A First Book of Composition for High Schools by Thomas Henry Briggs, Isabel McKinney (1913)
"... not an afternoon of August had been hotter, or breathed a droughtier breath upon wilting forests and seared fields. Here and there among the dusky green ..."

2. Proceedings for the Eight Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference by M. Boya Edwards (2001)
"The Oklahoma survival difference between ripped and non-ripped plots can be attributed to the droughtier planting environment on these sites. ..."

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