from The Century Dictionary.

  • To become moist.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective rare Not dry.
  • verb rare, transitive To cause (something) to be not dry.


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  • Rushed, tired, took a wrong turn to work (although I did have reasonably good parking kharma), came home to the boxes of chaos and piles of laundry in states of dirty to still undry after hanging for two days (but did avoid being productive by adding new friends to friends list).

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  • We are talking here about the grimly serious topic of hospital hygiene. undry proposals for addressing this are floating in the political atmosphere.

    BBC Blog Network

  • Chickpea Sensation Patties we had on Friday were from the freezer, defrosted then lightly refried in olive oil to undry them out.

    Half Pint Pixie

  • That it* laid lairds were. already »t the entry, pf the Borders, afliuS ed. by ray, ,Lore Mwtiifa*,, my Lord Mdw'U my Lord Xtff* p#/,. „ tay K Lsrd. Uwi and (undry others, who had npt. fatmerlji j«ym?

    The Memoires of Sir James Melvil of Hal-Hill: Containing an Impartial ...


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