dehydrated

[ dee-hahy-dreyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF dehydrated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEHYDRATED

Their shrunken, dehydrated world of doll-houses and miniatures.

He attributes the scurvy to a dependence on dehydrated vegetables in the ration.

This was caused by a diet of pasteurized milk and dehydrated vegetables.

He muttered, "This country is so dry even the morning dew is dehydrated."

Without it, he'd be dehydrated before he could get a safe distance away.

Though it had been dehydrated, his brain had been kept perfectly intact through the ages, and now it was restored.

The dehydrated products designated are in every particular equal to fresh products and far superior to canned goods.

Dehydrated vegetables possess all the qualities, in fact, of fresh vegetables, with only the large percentage of water removed.

Dehydrated goods are equal to fresh goods and are far superior to the canned kind.

Now here is one who was both squeezed and stretched alternately as well as hammered, dehydrated and almost asphyxiated, is it not?

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