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something that is dry has no water in it or on it
thin and dry like paper
scaly skin is so dry that small pieces of it fall off
dry hair or skin feels rough because it does not have enough moisture in it
used about a liquid such as paint when it has become hard or solid
extremely dry and easy to start a fire with
a start-up … whose value has reached more than one billion US dollars
an object that floats on water to show ships where it is safe and where there is danger
an afternoon full of crafts
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