dryness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the condition of not containing or being covered by a liquid (especially water)
- n moderation in or abstinence from alcohol or other drugs
- n objectivity and detachment
her manner assumed a dispassion and dryness very unlike her usual tone
- In more than 40 communications, many of which have never before been published, she bemoans the "dryness," "darkness," "loneliness" and "torture" she is undergoing.
- Did her epic "dryness" make her a greater saint or some kind of self-deceiver? Does faith consist merely of God's felt presence; and if not, how long can faith truly continue .
- Many women going through menopause encounter physical problems such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness, while a number of men as they age have more trouble reaching and holding an .
- Tiger Wood in Forbes
It was difficult, very difficult,Woods said. "It was the hardest Masters I've ever seen, with the wind, the dryness, the speed of these things. I told a couple guys out here this week, 'I was glad I had metal spikes on, or I would have...
- Cher in MyParkMag
Cher said: "I didn't anticipate the dryness getting to my throat the way it does. So when I'm in Las Vegas, I have to kind of live like a nun and not talk during the day. It's so hard for me, I just really have to think about it and just not speak,...
- Nathan Bock in Adelaidenow
I found that they weren't of any benefit,Bock said of the caffeine stimulants. "I experienced a lot of dryness in my mouth which deterred me from using them again. If it was a night game and I was feeling a bit tired, I would opt to have a...