Synonyms for


Synonyms (Grouped by Similarity of Meaning) of verb dry

Sense 1:
dry, dry out
change, alter, modify
Sense 2:
dry, dry out
change
Similarity of adj dry

16 senses of dry

Sense 1:
dry (vs. wet)
adust, baked, parched, scorched, sunbakedair-driedair-dryarid, waterlessbone-dry(prenominal), bone dry(predicate)desiccated, dried-outdrieddried-updried-up, sere, sear, shriveled, shrivelled, withereddry-shodkiln-driedrainlesssemiaridsemi-drythirsty
Sense 2:
dry, ironic, ironical, wry
humorous (vs. humorless), humourous
Sense 3:
dry (vs. wet)

Sense 4:
dry (vs. wet)

Sense 5:
dry (vs. wet)
milkless
Sense 6:
dry (vs. sweet)
brutmedium-drysec, unsweet
Also See: sour#2; sugarless#1, nonsweet#1

Sense 7:
dry (vs. phlegmy)

Sense 8:
dry
tearless (vs. tearful), dry-eyed
Sense 9:
dry, juiceless
unstimulating (vs. stimulating), unexciting
Sense 10:
dry
solid (vs. liquid) (vs. gaseous)
Sense 11:
dry
unproductive (vs. productive)
Sense 12:
dry
plain (vs. fancy)
Sense 13:
dry
plain (vs. fancy)
Sense 14:
dry
alcoholic (vs. nonalcoholic)
Sense 15:
dry
unemotional (vs. emotional)
Sense 16:
dry, teetotal
sober (vs. intoxicated)
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