Definitions

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  • verb to dry something until it is damp.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • When I was on sleep and exhaustion, they were on spin-around-the-crib, damp-dry, and fill.

    The Ties That Bind...And Gag!

  • When her hair was damp-dry, Sheila began running a comb through the sleek, honey-dark strands.

    Touch the Wind

  • When her hair was damp-dry, Sheila began running a comb through the sleek, honey-dark strands.

    Touch the Wind

  • It was already toweled damp-dry so it didn’t take her blow-dryer long to finish the job.

    Leftover Love

  • It was already toweled damp-dry so it didn’t take her blow-dryer long to finish the job.

    Leftover Love

  • It was already toweled damp-dry so it didn’t take her blow-dryer long to finish the job.

    Leftover Love

  • It was already toweled damp-dry so it didn’t take her blow-dryer long to finish the job.

    Leftover Love

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