dry out[ drahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF dry out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRY OUT
The beds should now be watched and should not be allowed to evaporate or dry out.
If it is so dry out where he lives, how does he get water to drink?
Now, John, go and strip and wring your clothes and dry out by the fire.
Finally he began to dry out, and a measure of warmth returned to his limbs.
Fires leave the ground bare, so that it will dry out quickly.
It did not do; it would not dry out to smoke, and the salt in it made it unfit to chew.
She meets these—er—oddities as they dry out, and cuddles 'em in corners.
If they were wet they must dry out by the heat of their bodies.
The pigment will dry out about one-quarter lighter than when first applied.
For one Ill be glad to get where we can have a fire and dry out.