Related formsun·des·ic·cat·ed, adjective
Definition for desiccated (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), des·ic·cat·ed, des·ic·cat·ing.
verb (used without object), des·ic·cat·ed, des·ic·cat·ing.
Origin of desiccate
Related formsdes·ic·ca·tion, noundes·ic·ca·tive, adjective
Examples from the Web for desiccated
There were, though, other loves that belied the appearance of a desiccated, workaholic spinster.
And here we have some desiccated vegetables, looks like, remarked Ethan, as he pointed to a variety of cans.Phil Bradley's Snow-shoe Trail|Silas K. Boone
In consequence, every speech, even those from dry and desiccated lips, was coloured with the melody of hope.St. Cuthbert's|Robert E. Knowles
This was the shrunken, desiccated figure of a man, all its juices extracted and the life gone.The Mad Planet|Murray Leinster
For when this water be dried up, then the heart itself is desiccated, and emaciates and dries up all the body.
Make two cups of rich cream sauce well seasoned with butter sauce, and desiccated cocoanut.The Vegetarian Cook Book|E. G. Fulton