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- v. wither, as with a loss of moisture
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Your Gate'll shrivel up and become as dry as dust from the little use it gets!
An amazing percentage of life's little problems will shrivel up and blow away when one can wave a Dilithium Express card at them.
I was doing the hard, no-blink stare that used to shrivel up drunken marines two at a time.
As Jane Davis delivered this last bit of devastating testimony, her voice was paper thin and she seemed to shrivel up on the stand.
We are waiting for the rhythm of him, the arousal, but he keeps us waiting: waiting for our mouths to go dry and our groins to shrivel up or that at least is what the secret child is waiting for, owing to the fact that our great Redeemer bears an unearthly likeness to our Mission's pulpit orator Pere Andre.