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noun as in drought

noun as in dryness

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noun as in evaporation

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With the lights in my kitchen still off so I don’t have to face the day quite yet, I listen to the morning’s news or scroll TikTok or just stare at nothing and think about what it says that my succulents are all dying of dehydration.

From Eater

One thing that I had afterwards that I don’t get nearly as much now, and I know it’s a compounding dehydration issue, is migraines.

From Ozy

If you’ve expended a lot of energy, the most serious of your problems will be dehydration.

Dry air, whether indoor or outdoor, is a recipe for a host of potential inconveniences including dry skin, irritated eyes, and overall dehydration of your body.

In 2018, Armor was criminally charged with falsifying records to give the appearance that staffers had been checking on a man as he died of dehydration in his cell.

Not all hospices will agree to facilitate self-dehydration, so Schwarz refers patients to those that will.

During this debacle, she read some medical literature on self-dehydration.

As she tells patients about the steps of self-dehydration, she tries to avoid influencing their decisions.

Often patients decide against self-dehydration after meeting with Schwarz.

Well, yes, but a recent study in PLOS ONE debunks the myth that it also causes dehydration.

Dehydration is effected by transferring the tissues to fresh absolute alcohol.

And the scrawniness of stem and blade suggested dehydration and poor soil.

Dehydration was practically unknown in the United States, there being but three small plants in existence.

An engine operated by steam produced by the hydration and dehydration of metallic salts.

It probably represents the partial dehydration of limonite, and by further loss of water may pass into haematite or red iron ore.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dehydration, such as: lack, scarcity, aridity, dearth, deficiency, and desiccation.

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