He knew the deadly exhalations of the weed when growing, or when in an undried state.
As far as the springs were yet undried, the land was covered with flowers.
Everything was wet, but the undried tears of the day flashed in the sunset.
The tears were undried on her cheeks; the look of infinite pathetic patience in her eyes almost crushed Esther Helps.
Her eyes were large and black, having an extreme lustre, like the gleam of undried ink,—a lustre at some times uncanny.
She always washed at odd times, and often in dull weather her undried clothes hung for days upon the line.
Clothes in the closets hung lank and clammy as undried bathing-suits.
Then there would be no more little desolate hearts, no more grieved little faces with undried tears upon them in all the earth.
Her milk being yet undried from her recent delivery, she tenderly took up the kids and set them to her breast.
The material did not appeal to the publisher; it was startlingly uncut and undried.