adust

ADJECTIVE
  1. dried out by heat or excessive exposure to sunlight
    land lying baked in the heat
    the earth was scorched and bare
    sunbaked salt flats
    a vast desert all adust
    parched soil
  2. burned brown by the sun
    of an adust complexion
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How To Use adust In A Sentence

  • - not essential; supplemental; superfluous v. - attract and hold to surface (minute particles of mixture or molecules of gas or liquid). adsorbate, aduncous, aduncate adj. - hook-shaped; crooked. aduncity, adust adj. - (sun) burnt or scorched; dried up by heat; gloomy, sad. Xml's Blinklist.com
  • - not essential; supplemental; superfluous v. - attract and hold to surface (minute particles of mixture or molecules of gas or liquid). adsorbate, aduncous, aduncate adj. - hook-shaped; crooked. aduncity, adust adj. - (sun) burnt or scorched; dried up by heat; gloomy, sad. Xml's Blinklist.com
  • - not essential; supplemental; superfluous v. - attract and hold to surface (minute particles of mixture or molecules of gas or liquid). adsorbate, aduncous, aduncate adj. - hook-shaped; crooked. aduncity, adust adj. - (sun) burnt or scorched; dried up by heat; gloomy, sad. Xml's Blinklist.com
  • If it proceed from blood adust, or that there be a mixture of blood in it, [2562] such are commonly ruddy of complexion, and high-coloured, according to Anatomy of Melancholy
  • These symptoms vary according to the mixture of those four humours adust, which is unnatural melancholy. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • UKM 2nd year medicaL stdnt ...beste blog ank mat nor che det hanis zalikha iamstradust noktah hitam radinism team GA ...gas A bird in the cage..
  • of an adust complexion
  • There are also sidestriped jackal Canis adustus, puku Kobus vardoni, klipspringer Oreotragus oreotragus, and red and blue duikers Cephalophus natalensis and C. monticola. Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania
  • The temperature of the brain is corrupted by it, the humours adust, the eyes made to sink into the head, choler increased, and the whole body inflamed: and, as may be added out of Galen, 3. de sanitate tuendo, Anatomy of Melancholy
  • When I returned today from the College, I was surprised to see a broad grin distending the adust countenance of the faithful James Wilkinson, which, as the circumstance seldom happens above once a year, was matter of some surprise. Redgauntlet
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