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DRY. Used figuratively, it signifies that which produces nothing; as, dry exchange; dry rent; rent seek.

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It's an immensely drinkable wine: dryish with a whack of citrus flavour mellowed by some lovely floral aromas.
Kicks For Free who seven lengths by Seven Is My Number in the Future Stars Chase at Sandown in early December and Nicholls said: "Kicks For Free needed the run at Sandown last time and I think it if stays dryish at Doncaster, he should have a great chance.
A dozen oysters and a dryish hock; Claret and tournedos; a bombe surprise.
Once I had the dryish paste I drained the stock into it and whisked until it bubbled and my sauce was made.
The perineum loses its glistening pink-grayness and turns orangey and dryish.
Slim Jim and baker's chocolate aromas follow through on a round, supple entry to a dryish medium-full body with excellent smoothness and depth of flavor .
Minuses: Tacky tabletops, dryish rice pilaf, dessert menu outages.
Soft, silky entry to a dryish medium body with golden raisin box, green apple skin, and citrus peel accents.
It smells sweet but has a crisp, fresh dryish taste to it.
His arrived and looked great - lots of dryish risotto topped with a good hunk of golden chicken and generous with slices of chorizo.
Just before flowering, in October, the plants should be kept cool and dryish until the flower buds form, and then you can increase water and temperature.
A light, fresh, elegant dryish wine" says the label, and Lingenfelder lives up to its promise.