Definition of dry
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to be devoid of people.
It was dry in town today.
- not permitting the sale of alcohol.
This is a dry county.
Citation from "New Car", Up All Night (TV), Season 1 Episode 4 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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Other terms relating to 'dry':
|Definitions include: to take all of a person's money.|
|Definitions include: a clear matter.|
|Definitions include: uncommon variant of drier than a popcorn fart.|
|Definitions include: see popcorn fart.|
|Definitions include: to be very thirsty (especially for a beer).|
|Definitions include: to be very thirsty (especially for beer). Australian. As in "Jeez, I'm as dry as a nun's nasty!"|
|Definitions include: A condition occurring when a single feces of such extreme length that it begins at drain trap and extends above water line and rests on porcelain surface of toilet bowl.|
|Definitions include: of two people, to grind their genitals together, while still wearing bottom-wear.|
|Definitions include: to attempt to vomit, but to expel no liquid.|
|Definitions include: to simulate sex activity, without the removal of clothes.|
|Definitions include: a practice attempt, without performing the actual action.|
|Definitions include: simulated sex, without the removal of clothes.|
|Definitions include: A fart with unexpected anal discharge therefor, when dried is extremely itchy.|
|Definitions include: to abandon a person, without them having proper resources.|
|Definitions include: extremely boring.|
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