droughty[ drou-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF droughty
Synonyms for droughty
- crazy for
- dry as dust
- dying for
- itching for
- partial to
- wild for
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DROUGHTY
On p. 102, "droughty" should possibly be "drouthy" but has not been amended.
Tlaloc was the god of rain—an important deity for a country where a droughty season was nothing less than a national disaster.
Mere making up of necessary water in droughty seasons is one thing, protection Quantity of water.
Once or twice a stray peasant stumbled on us, and was much surprised at our encampment in so droughty a locality.
With eager steps, droughty throats and keen desire they seek the wine cup yet again.
The climate is temperate and the rainfall usually adequate, but one year in five is expected to be droughty.
They may be increased by division at almost any time, the exceptions being when flowering or at a droughty season.
In droughty countries like Arizona and New Mexico we were frequently reduced to serious straits to find decent drinking-water.
Sheep's Sorrel which had grown on dry, droughty gravel banks only lost 10 per cent.
Some modification of this plan might probably be employed with profit for the storing-up of water for droughty years in England.