- arid ► ADJECTIVE 1) very dry; having little or no rain. 2) uninteresting; unsatisfying.DERIVATIVES aridity noun aridly adverb aridness noun.ORIGIN Latin aridus, from arere 'be dry or parched' .
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Aridness — Ar id*ness, n. Aridity; dryness. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
aridness — noun see arid … New Collegiate Dictionary
aridness — See aridity. * * * … Universalium
aridness — noun The state or quality of being arid … Wiktionary
aridness — n. quality of being dry, lack of moisture … English contemporary dictionary
aridness — sardines … Anagrams dictionary
aridness — n. See aridity … New dictionary of synonyms
aridness — ar·id·ness … English syllables
aridness — noun a deficiency of moisture (especially when resulting from a permanent absence of rainfall) • Syn: ↑aridity, ↑thirstiness • Derivationally related forms: ↑thirsty (for: ↑thirstiness), ↑arid, ↑arid … Useful english dictionary
sardines — aridness … Anagrams dictionary