dried-up[ drahyd-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF dried-up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRIED-UP
Why, you little sawed-off, dried-up, sassy son of a sea cook!
It's hard to judge this dried-up world by earthly standards.
He was no longer jealous of "any little, black, dried-up Frenchman."
Do not think that dried-up hearts are the same thing as no hearts.
I felt as if all the liquid would be dried-up before it got down my throat.
Brazier smiled sadly as he thought of his dried-up specimens.
Why should this dried-up old woman ask him such a question as that?
Will they not be like thirsty people coming to a dried-up pond?'
When we were there, I scowled at every dried-up old maid, who looked as if she were husband-hunting.
“Probably just an old, dried-up sandwich,” she told herself.