dry spell

Definition of dry spell

  1. :  a period of dry weather The flowers died during a dry spell.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  free or relatively free from a liquid and especially water

    :  not being in or under water

    :  lacking precipitation or humidity

  1. :  to make dry (see 1dry)

    :  to become dry

  1. :  the condition of being dry (see 1dry) :  dryness

    :  something dry

    :  a dry place

spellplay
  1. :  to name the letters of in order

    :  to write or print the letters of in order

    :  to write or print the letters of in a particular way

  1. :  a spoken word or form of words held to have magic power

    :  a state of enchantment

    :  a strong compelling influence or attraction

  1. :  to put under a spell

  1. :  a shift of workers

    :  one's turn at work

    :  a period spent in a job or occupation

  1. :  to take the place of for a time :  relieve

    :  rest

    :  to work in turns


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