What is another word for drier?

146 synonyms found


[ dɹˈa͡ɪ͡ə], [ dɹˈa‍ɪ‍ə], [ d_ɹ_ˈaɪə]

"Drier," as an adjective, typically means lacking moisture or wetness. There are various synonyms for this word, including arid, parched, desiccated, dehydrated, thirsty, and withered. These words imply that something lacks essential moisture and is thus dry. "Arid" generally refers to a dry, barren landscape, while "parched" is used to describe something that's extremely thirsty or dry. "Desiccated" is a more technical term, often used in scientific contexts, and typically refers to a substance that's been thoroughly dried out. "Dehydrated" usually refers to a living thing that lacks essential water, while "withered" usually describes something that's lost moisture and consequently appears shrunken or shriveled.

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How to use "Drier" in context?

Drier is a unit of measurement used to express how much water a substance can absorb in one day. A drier with a higher capacity can absorb more water in a day than a drier with a lower capacity.

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