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Desiccate

Apr 21, 2016 09:40 IST

    Meaning: Lacking vitality or spirit; lifeless; to dry thoroughly

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    The climate change has desiccated the field which was once fertile!

    Pronunciation: des-i-keyt

    Usage/Example: 1. As an organic farmer, he couldn't use a chemical to desiccate the wheat, and it's highly unlikely the rabbi would have allowed it anyway. (Source: New York Times)

    2. Often those few feet of elevation put the beans right in the sun and where dry winds can desiccate the plants quickly, leading to damage. (Source: The Desert Sun)

    3. The group has built a special excrement drying machine to desiccate each sample before it is encapsulated. (Source: Daily Mail)

    Related Words (Synonyms)

    Here we have represented the synonyms using an analogy which is related. The moon and stars are related to each other

    Unrelated Words (Antonyms)

    (Here we have represented the antonyms of this word using an analogy which is unrelated. The sun and clouds are opposites of each other)

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