Definitions

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  • adjective of a liquid substance that dries quickly

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Examples

  • He also wears quick-drying, sweat-wicking clothing.

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  • If you want to put more distance between ourselves and Armageddon now, then pull those missiles out of the ground and pour quick-drying cement into the silos.

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  • Roeth builds up layers of tempera, a quick-drying pre-oils medium affording highly subtle gradations of tone.

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  • Amid electricity saving measures to make up for the shortage caused by nuclear plants going offline across the country, there has been strong demand for electric fans and quick-drying bed pads.

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  • Six months ago, Mr. Garretty says, he found a nasty surprise after overseeing the eviction of tenants who were three months behind on rent in a Cupertino, Calif., home: They had poured quick-drying cement into the sewer pipes—a $1,000 repair—and defaced the walls with graffiti scrawls, he says.

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  • The researchers applied a quick-drying plastic film to the faces of half the men and women in a group of several dozen.

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  • Turns out silk is lovely and soft, and also quick-drying.

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  • A new line of quick-drying cotton shirts may make it a contender in the big market for cotton apparel.

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  • Turns out silk is lovely and soft, and also quick-drying.

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  • If you want to put more distance between ourselves and Armageddon now, then pull those missiles out of the ground and pour quick-drying cement into the silos.

    How the End Begins

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