desiccate

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to dry
to preserve by drying
{v} to dry up, to exhale moisture
lose water or moisture; "In the desert, you get dehydrated very quickly"
remove water from; "All this exercise and sweating has dehydrated me"
{f} dry up, dry out, remove all moisture; preserve food by drying, dehydrate; remove or drain emotional vigor
preserve by removing all water and liquids from; "carry dehydrated food on your camping trip"
To become dry
lacking vitality or spirit; lifeless; "a technically perfect but arid performance of the sonata"; "a desiccate romance"; "a prissy and emotionless creature settles into a mold of desiccated snobbery"-C J Rolo
To dry up; to deprive or exhaust of moisture; to preserve by drying; as, to desiccate fish or fruit
desiccated
Simple past tense and past participle of desiccate
desiccation
An act or occurrence of desiccating
desiccation
The state or process of being desiccated
desiccative
causing to desiccate, dry
desiccation
{n} the act of drying or making dry
desiccative
{a} able or tending to dry, drying
desiccation
Desiccation is the state of extreme dryness, or the process of extreme drying
Desiccative
desiccatory
desiccated
preserved by removing natural moisture; "dried beef"; "dried fruit"; "dehydrated eggs"; "shredded and desiccated coconut meat"
desiccated
thoroughly dried out; "old boxes of desiccated Cuban cigars"; "dried-out boards beginning to split
desiccated
dried
desiccated
lacking vitality or spirit; lifeless; "a technically perfect but arid performance of the sonata"; "a desiccate romance"; "a prissy and emotionless creature settles into a mold of desiccated snobbery"-C J Rolo
desiccated
Desiccated food has been dried in order to preserve it. desiccated coconut
desiccated
Desiccated things have lost all the moisture that was in them. desiccated flowers and leaves
desiccated
{s} dried out; dehydrated or powdered; lifeless
desiccated
thoroughly dried out; "old boxes of desiccated Cuban cigars"; "dried-out boards beginning to split"
desiccates
third-person singular of desiccate
desiccating
present participle of desiccate
desiccation
Drying out of plant tissue
desiccation
Aridification, due to prolonged drought, lasting many years or decades, sometimes resulting in desertification
desiccation
dryness resulting from the removal of water
desiccation
The electrosurgical effect of tissue dehydration and protein denaturation caused by direct contact between the electrosurgical electrode and tissue Lower current density/concentration than cutting
desiccation
or 'fresh water deficit' concerns changes in vegetation which may occur after a fall in ground water level, altered seepage flows and/ or the intake of extraneous water
desiccation
The dehydration of tissue through direct contact with the active electrode
desiccation
Drying
desiccation
drying out
desiccation
A process used to thoroughly dry air; to remove virtually all moisture from air
desiccation
Drying out Happens to plants in high summer and can also happen to captive bred pupae
desiccation
Desiccation is the process of becoming completely dried out. the disastrous consequences of the desiccation of the wetland. the process of becoming completely dry
desiccation
Removal of water; the process of drying (Lincoln, Boxshall & Clark 1982)
desiccation
1 ) The process of drying out With reference to sedimentation, the loss of water from pore spaces by evaporation or compaction 2 )any process of moisture removal (Morris 1992)
desiccation
{i} process of drying food, dehydration; removal of all moisture
desiccation
Drying out A term often used for winter killing due to a deficit of moisture both in the soil and in the air Even dormant plants need moisture and air in the soil
desiccation
The act of desiccating, or the state of being desiccated
desiccation
to dry up; the depletion of water from a plant
desiccation
the process of extracting moisture
desiccative
Drying; tending to dry
desiccative
{s} dehydrating, tending to cause dryness, tending to dry out or become dry; lacking animation
desiccative
An application for drying up secretions
desiccator
A closed glass vessel containing a desiccant (such as silica gel) used in laboratories for drying materials or for keeping them dry
desiccator
A machine or apparatus for drying fruit, milk, etc
desiccator
One that desiccates A short glass jar fitted with an air-tight cover, and containing some desiccating agent, as calcium chloride, above which is placed the material to be dried or preserved from moisture
desiccator
usually by the aid of heat; an evaporator
desiccator
{i} dryer, dehydrator, device which removes all moisture from food
desiccator
A short glass jar fitted with an air-tight cover, and containing some desiccating agent, as sulphuric acid or calcium chloride, above which is suspended the material to be dried, or preserved from moisture
desiccator
One who, or that which, desiccates
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