dry out

VERB
  1. become empty of water
    The river runs dry in the summer
  2. remove the moisture from and make dry
    dry clothes
    dry hair
    dry clothes
  3. become dry or drier
    The laundry dries in the sun
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How To Use dry out In A Sentence

  • Some people go to alcohol recovery centers in order to dry out.
  • Put the top back on that felt - tip pen or it will dry out.
  • Local companies have also provided dehumidifiers to dry out the classroom damaged by the van.
  • That tends to dry out in the sun and sand, much like a beachcomber's skin.
  • It is usually prepared with the pargo (sea bream), one that does not readily dry out when exposed to heat because of the fat content of its skin. The cuisine of Nayarit
  • Fur, leather and suede are manufactured with oils and fats that dry out over time.
  • It was pretty nice to have a full kitchen to whip up some sammies, and a living room and fireplace to warm up and dry out by.
  • However the return of dry conditions over the inland in the late spring (earlier in northern areas) allowed this abundant vegetation to dry out.
  • The washout was caused by heavy rains on Thursday but did not become apparent until the Des Moines track started to dry out on Friday afternoon.
  • If you rake windrows to dry out any stems on the bottom, leaves are apt to crumble and fall away, leaving just sticks for hay.
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