[ drahy-ahyd ]

  1. not weeping; unmoved.

Origin of dry-eyed

First recorded in 1660–70

Words Nearby dry-eyed

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How to use dry-eyed in a sentence

  • So she lay, dry-eyed, her whole body clenched, retched with sobs that would not come up.

    To Him That Hath | Leroy Scott
  • She shed no more tears, but her dry-eyed grief was more distressing for that very reason.

    Bee and Butterfly | Lucy Foster Madison