bone dry[ bohn-drahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF bone dry
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As he unscrewed the cap of the tank and peered in, he saw that it was bone dry.
It is Behrman who has the grip of us and will never let go till he has squeezed us bone dry.
Since six o'clock they had been in the saddle constantly, and all felt, as Jerry expressed it, "Plumb empty and bone dry."
The foragers came to the houses and took every bit of food—left us bone dry of food.
His chest ached from the pounding, and his throat and mouth were bone dry from the excitement and the suspense.
But the tank was bone dry, and the tail was knocked askew, so Johnny had to give up thinking about it.
There was plenty of water in the well and the electric pump was functioning but the storage tank was bone dry.