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Spell check of dry

Correct spelling: dry

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

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Examples of usage:

1) Bending once more over the table, she set herself seriously to study the sense of the dry and yet very clearly expressed chapter containing the information she sought. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

2) I'm going to my house to get you some dry clothes. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

3) Now they had come up here to get dry. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.