Antonyms for bone-dry

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After the corn is bone-dry it should, like all other vegetables and fruits, be conditioned.

I asked him if he meant that it was "bone-dry" like Kansas, or whether the rich could still get it?

I mustnt do any more on that until it's bone-dry; so you may come down.

The lights of small restaurants glimmered faintly on the bone-dry pavement.

Fruits are dried only until leathery, whereas vegetables are dried until they are bone-dry.

But liquor came to be the curse of Alaska and now the country, of its own volition, has gone "bone-dry."

The sun blazed hotly, and the soft yellow bluffs of bone-dry earth reached down to the dry beds of one-time streams.

The civil authorities of France would not be much use in helping the American army enforce a bone-dry order.

The bone-dry, hot-weather wind had shriveled up verdure and ambition together.

Long fiber suitable for paper-making, composing 12 to 18 per cent of the bone-dry weight.

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