Definition of dred
1. dried [ a ] not still wet
Examples: "the ink has dried" "a face marked with dried tears"
(Jay C. Harris and John R. Van Wazer, "Detergent...)
The washing process whereby soils are removed consists basically of applying mechanical action to loosen the dirt particles and dried matter in the presence of water which helps to float off the debris and acts , to some extent , as a dissolving and solvating agent .
The other constituents in a built detergent assist in this and in the removal of dirty stains and the hydrophilic sticky or dried soils .
(B. J. D. Meeuse, The Story of Pollination....)
Once she has made_up_her_mind , the queen starts_out by constructing , in her chosen abode , a small `` floor '' of dried grass or some woolly material .Synonyms dried Related Terms dry
2. dried [ a ] preserved by removing natural moisture
Examples: "dried beef" "dried fruit" "dehydrated eggs" "shredded and desiccated coconut meat"
(Mignon G. Eberhart, The Cup, the Blade...)
She doled_out what Glendora vaguely guessed were the right amounts of dried peas , eggs , cornmeal , a little salt .Synonyms dried desiccated dehydrated Related Terms preserved
Rhymes withdread read red bred tread bread spread widespread thread shred retread bedspread unread purebred interbred thoroughbred cornbread inbred gingerbread
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