Comparative and Superlative Degree of Dry
Comparative degree of dry is drier and the Superlative degree of dry is driest. Here is the comparative and superlative degree for dry.
Examples Using Positive Degree of Dry:
- The clothes hung on the line were dry.
- The desert air was hot and dry.
- The towel was soft and dry after being in the sun.
- She used a hairdryer to get her hair dry quickly.
- The bread was stale and dry.
- The ground was dry after days without rain.
- The air conditioner made the room cool and dry.
- His lips were chapped and dry from the cold wind.
- The laundry was finally dry after being in the dryer.
- The firewood was dry and ready to burn.
Example Using Comparative Degree of Dry:
- The desert was drier than they had expected.
- Her hair was drier after using the hairdryer.
- The summer was drier than the previous year.
- The towel was drier after being in the sun for longer.
- The well ran drier during the drought.
- His throat felt drier after spending time in the desert.
- The climate in the new city was drier than their hometown.
- The plants looked drier than they should be.
- The riverbed was drier than usual due to a lack of rain.
- The air felt drier in the high-altitude location.
Example Using Superlative Degree of Dry:
- The desert was the driest place on Earth.
- The towel was the driest it had ever been after sunbathing.
- The summer was the driest season in decades.
- The air in the desert was the driest they had ever felt.
- The bread was the driest loaf they had ever tasted.
- The drought made the soil the driest it had ever been.
- The climate in the region was the driest in the country.
- The well ran the driest it had been in years.
- The river was the driest it had been in decades.
- The plant was the driest in the garden, needing immediate watering.
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Last updated on June 12th, 2023 at 02:56 pm