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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dehydrate.
- adj. From which the water has been removed.
- adj. Suffering from dehydration.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. thoroughly dried out.
- adj. suffering from fluid deprivation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. suffering from excessive loss of water from the body
- adj. preserved by removing natural moisture
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Only if my lips feel like they're going to fall off in dehydrated chunks.
When I got up this morning, I was feeling dehydrated from the heat.
One of the consequences of being dehydrated is a feeling of general weakness.
Our huge selection of long term dehydrated food and freeze dried food can meet any emergency food storage need.
In Cardassian script, the container’s contents were described as dehydrated vole bellies.
Do not confuse with evaporated milk, also known as dehydrated milk, which is a shelf-stable canned milk product with about 60 percent of the water removed from fresh milk, and with no added sugar.
If your child is having difficulty breathing, if they are dehydrated, that is they are very dried out, they are vomiting and they are not able to keep fluids down, they need to come in and be seen.
If your child is having difficulty breathing, if they are dehydrated, that is very dried out, they are vomiting and not able to keep fluids down, they need to come in and be seen.
Amusing as the idea of dehydrated babies are when thought of as beans or jerky or those sponge dinosaurs you get at the Natural Museum shop that magically grow but babies do dehydrate especially when sick with diarrhea.
COOPER: I was listening to the press conference that happened a short while ago, the emergency room doctor said when she was found, Audrey was described as dehydrated, had some muscle aches, but that she was smiling.
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