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1drip–dry

verb \ˈdrip-ˌdrī\

: to dry wet clothing by hanging it so that water drips from it

Full Definition of DRIP-DRY

intransitive verb
:  to dry with few or no wrinkles when hung wet
transitive verb
:  to hang (as wet clothing) to drip-dry

First Known Use of DRIP-DRY

1953

2drip–dry

adjective

: able to dry with few or no wrinkles when hung up while wet

Full Definition of DRIP-DRY

:  made of a washable fabric that drip-dries

First Known Use of DRIP-DRY

1957

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