adjective, drouth·i·er, drouth·i·est.
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Historical Examples of drouthy
She has just as drouthy a system, and it takes just as much to fill it.Nasby in Exile
David R. Locke
On p. 102, "droughty" should possibly be "drouthy" but has not been amended.Scotch Wit and Humor
W. H. (Walter Henry) Howe
Tomatoes on drouthy soils are likely to suffer from blossom end rot as well as from poor growth.The Tomato
It causes plants to root deeply, and that is a distinct benefit in a drouthy season, and always desirable.
Southwards, again, on the pleasant Surrey downs there is shouting and jostling; dust that is drouthy and language that is sultry.Pagan Papers