Definition of Drymouth

1. excessive dryness of the mouth [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drymouth

drying machine
drying machines
drying oil
drying out
drying time
drying up
dryings
dryish
dryland
dryland berry
dryland blueberry
drylands
drylot
drylots
dryly
drymouth (current term)
drymouths
dryness
drynesses
drynurse
drynursed
drynurses
drynursing
dryobalanops
dryolestid
dryolestids
dryopithecine
dryopithecines
drypis
drypoint

Literary usage of Drymouth

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1872)
"... but to me secretly the great attraction was the father, for Sergeant Lowder was member for drymouth, a cheery, pleasant fellow, full of conversation, ..."

2. The Best British Short Stories of edited by John Cournos, Edward Joseph Harrington O'Brien (1922)
"I took a motor to drymouth and was in London by five o'clock. I found the South Audley Street nursing home and was at once surrounded with the hush, ..."

3. Handbook of the Origin of Place-names in Wales and Monmouthshire by Thomas Morgan (1887)
"... haf, summer; hesp, dry. In summer time the channels of these rivulets dry up; hence the name. English name—drymouth. ..."

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