Synonyms & Antonyms : Dry





Dry



( Adjective )


Is this wood
dry enough to burn?

Synonyms:

Parched

Arid

Barren

Tedious

Dehydrated

Crisp

Desiccated

Contextual Examples:

The acute drought left the soil very much
parched making it unfit for cultivation.

The Institute of Agriculture Research has invented a new technique of framing for
arid tracts of land.

A good part of land on the high hills has to be left
barren due to inaccessibility.



Antonyms:

Damp

Wet

Moistened

Fresh

Lively

Moist

Soggy

Contextual Examples:

Mumbai’s climate is
damp throughout the year owing to the sea.

This towel is
wet it may not soak the water of my body.

Let me
moisten my hands. They are too dry to be activated for operating this machine.




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