aridity[ ar-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF aridity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARIDITY
We had an uncomfortable experience because of the excessive heat and aridity.
That common thinness and aridity, too, of the Unitarian temper had weighed with him.
There is aridity, there is wildness, and yet there is a certain monotony.
It is aridity, too, that gives their particular character to the Argentine Andes.
That great craving for cold and wet is a sign of the heat and aridity that is within.
But usually it is merely the problem of aridity; which is only a challenge to enterprise.
He might have learnt from his own experience the aridity of a life which is barren of love.
The aridity of the hills of Sérignan is unfavourable to them.
That common thinness and aridity too of the Unitarian temper had weighed with him.
Except for its aridity, the climate is kind to the small farmer: there is no long inactivity forced upon him by a cold winter.