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Correct spelling: dry

Common misspellings for dry:

dey, 5day, doore, drwe, diery, 3day, deary, diaray, detroy, laudry, 30day, duy, dayf, dreww, diyd, srry, durby, turey, vedry, drt, drg, dril, darky, citry, durty, dery, drm, dro, wwdvr2, drs, dru, dhare, dizy, tryi, dariy, doorr, adry, dvere, dreery, dropy, vdry, dary, drye, digory, dryrer, 2day, sry, ery, dday, draff, ry, rry, dutry, udere, driway, deanry, dryg, dowrey, doroty, dre, defrey, iery, deproy, dirtry, darry, dayz, trluy, dirary, trhey, day1, debry, diray, dabri, deryer, dawrf, derar, drwaw, dtory, dirie, direy, doree, diry, dirby, dney, hrry, vry, 1day, drywe, droor, boudary, deray, doyu, dairey, trymy, drerey, traiy, dra, dorry, dty, direa.

What does the abbreviation dry mean?

DRY abbreviation definitions:
–  Deer Run Youth
–  Dont Repeat Yourself


constipation, wet, wring, treeless, papery, corked, teetotaler, furry, constipated, scratchy, agape, drinkable, full-bodied, unadorned, bowel movement, sour, Adam's Apple, wipe up, gargle, Bedwetting, decaffeinated, the dry season, epiglottis, sun-baked, tangy, drought, aseptic, flash-freeze, carbonated, tinder-dry. froth, hose, temperance, effervescent, sterile, dehydration, scaly, moist, pedestrian, deserted, moisten, uninspired, homogenize, grating, jarring, thirst. barren, soak, saturate, dribble, irradiate, evacuate, corner, acid, impassive, bursting. weary, bald, simple, lifeless, cure. squirt, wild, bottle. black, flat. can, straight, bare. fail, freeze. rough. bone-dry. blot. ironic, lifeless, cynical, unsweet, waterless, flat, arid, stale, barren, prohibitionist, ironical, dry up, desert. thirsty. stoic, austere, hermit-like, ascetic, abstemious, teetotaling, monastic, franciscan, trappist, penitential, lenten, miserly, spartan, parsimonious, stark, abstinent, repentant, celibate, severe. dreary, prosaic, humdrum, tedious, tiresome, mundane, depressing, commonplace, insipid, boring, uninteresting, monotonous, wearisome, dull. thirsty, arid, saharan, parched, desiccated. dreary, wearisome, tiresome, monotonous, tedious, plain, insipid, boring, simple, impassive. unadorned. hard, shriveled, rainless, sear, arid, juiceless, desert, bare, parched, dried-up, barren, depleted, thirsty, desiccated, waterless, baked, dusty, bald, stale. dried-out. cutting, harsh, sour, caustic, sly, acerbic, sharp, ironical, restrained, biting, keen, tart, droll, cynical, humorous, subtle. waterless. rigorous, acerbic, oppressive, obstinate, brisk, fundamental, spare, strait-laced, brusque, draconian, blunt, stringent, cool, bleak, dour, meticulous, frosty, cutting, acute, raw, correct, keen, inflexible, harsh, spartan, icy, exacting, grim, precise, ascetic, lean, stern, curt, disciplined, rigid, prudish, puritanical, demanding, gruff, short, intolerant, austere, intense, chilly, abrupt, basic, acrimonious, stark, severe, strict, stiff-necked, imperial, piquant, tart, hidebound, critical, censorious, obdurate, astringent, caustic, authoritarian, sharp, crisp, unbending, uncompromising, relentless. restrained, abstinent, sober, moderate, teetotaling, temperate. prosaic. adroit, sophisticated, resourceful, canny, clever, urbane, tricky, wily, facetious, waggish, comical, quick, sharp, shrewd, pointed, cunning, ingenious, astute, scurrilous, funny, inventive, sarcastic, scintillating, foxy, jocular, pithy, droll, intelligent, witty, sparkling, subtle, sly, crafty, brilliant, smart, deft, artful, quick-witted, joking. wry. desert, bare, epiglottis, froth, furry, Adam's Apple, corner, agape, hard, dribble, gingivitis, barren, moist, wet, depleted, dusty, gargle, sterile. carbonated, effervescent, corked, flat, full-bodied, drinkable, black, decaffeinated. comic, biting, crude, playful, hysterical, priceless, cynical, hilarious, amusing. straight, trivial, restricted. treeless, wild, sun-baked, deserted. bake, boil up, boil away, break down, cloud, bubble, boil over, atomize, clear, boil. bowel movement, grating, constipated, jarring, bursting, rough, Egestion, evacuate, scratchy, Bedwetting, constipation. scaly, tinder-dry, papery. taste, bottle, cure, sour, freeze, acid, tangy, flash-freeze, homogenize, irradiate, dehydration, can. simple, straighten up, clean, pick up, pick up after, clear out, bald, unadorned, brush, tidy, sort out, clean up, clean out. buttery, caramelized, impassive, chilled, excite, cream, chewy, attitude, crispy, calorific. clam up, turn over to, uninspired, hush, shut up, lifeless, falter, aseptic, pedestrian, dry up. moisten, hose, saturate, wipe up, weary, wring, soak, squirt, dampen. dust bowl, fail, the dry season, drought. thirst. teetotaler, temperance. prohibitionist. dried-up, milkless, sec, baked, brut, unstimulating, unexciting, dry out, withered, juiceless, ironical, sear, tearless, dried-out, semiarid, solid, desiccated, parched, humourous, prohibitionist, sober, sere, unproductive, unemotional, dry-shod, dried, alcoholic, scorched, bone-dry, teetotal, waterless, sunbaked, thirsty, wry, shrivelled, rainless, unsweet, arid, humorous, ironic, dry-eyed, adust, plain, shriveled. fail, shut up. naive, young, inexperienced. prohibitionist. dry out. empty, dehumidify, parch, stanch, swab, blot, desiccate, catheterize, wither, evaporate, wipe, dehydrate, wring out, suck dry, drain, mop, vaporize, pump out. wither, blot, dehydrate, swab, empty, bake, wipe, drain, evaporate, parch, desiccate, dehumidify.

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This graph shows how "dry" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for dry:

  1. The stuff'll be dry by that time! – Black Jack by Max Brand
  2. He'll pump Joe McInness dry will he! – Sube Cane by Edward Bellamy Partridge
  3. Our young men were apt to die in that fashion; and when she put it back to be buried with him, her eyes were dry – The Boss of Little Arcady by Harry Leon Wilson

Quotes for dry:

  1. I would not be able to pen an academic and dry diatribe. I have too much talent for that.
  2. This shirt is dry clean only. Which means... it's dirty.
  3. The future of the world belongs to the youth of the world, and it is from the youth and not from the old that the fire of life will warm and enlighten the world. It is your privilege to breathe the breath of life into the dry bones of many around you.
  4. Flying is awful, there's nothing to do when you're up in the air. I bloat up, my skin gets dry, and when we hit turbulence, I'm terrified.
  5. I think dry nanotechnology is probably a dead -end.

Rhymes for dry:

  1. lxi, kai, buy, tae, try, fye, eye, sri, yie, vi, sy, tsai, bligh, brye, cai, spy, sly, sai, fry, lie, dye, sky, lye, pry, psi, shy, rye, sigh, hi, tye, kyi, wai, nie, pie, ai, pri, bae, lai, my, frye, pae, fly, keye, thai, why, bye, mai, aye, by, wy, guy, pye, bi, gyi, hy, high, ply, wye, ly, vy, pty, tai, fi, tie, sci, ngai, gae, jai, sty, mei, cry, ty, thigh, bly, nigh, phi, flye, die, kwai, phy, shai, fae, ay, wry, thy, chae, cy, nye, spry, dai, chi, pi, chai, vie;
  2. bye-bye, belie, hereby, descry, decry, alai, dubai, july, kanai, standby, nearby, bonsai, goodbye, imply, untie, deny, shanghai, iwai, brunei, thereby, uy, whereby, supply, rely, apply, awry, mihai, good-bye, defy, retry, versailles, imai, mcfly, ally, hi-fi, reply, comply;
  3. dui, misapply, resupply, underlie, overfly;
  4. isty, cspi, oversupply;
  5. dwi;