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drouthy

[ drou-thee ]

adjective

, drouth·i·er, drouth·i·est.


drouthy

/ ˈdrʊθɪ /

adjective

  1. thirsty or dry


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Other Words From

  • drouthi·ness noun
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Example Sentences

On p. 102, "droughty" should possibly be "drouthy" but has not been amended.

Kind gentlemen, reading always makes me drouthy;—may-be, one of ye will mix a tumbler for me?

It lay thus scandalously neglected until 1824, when John Shanks, a “drouthy” cobbler, was appointed keeper.

Some of our friends must be burning for a mouthful, poor dears; the wounded flesh is drouthy.

“Two, for that matter,” promptly responds Striker, like all his sort—drouthy.

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