desiccate

(des´ĭ-kāt) to render thoroughly dry.
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Desiccate

• (v. t.) To dry up; to deprive or exhaust of moisture; to preserve by drying; as, to desiccate fish or fruit. • (v. i.) To become dry.
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Desiccate

Des'ic·cate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Desiccated ; present participle & verbal noun Desiccating .] [ Latin desiccatus , past participle of desiccare to dry up; de- + siccare to dry, s...
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Desiccate

Desiccate: To remove the moisture from a thing that normally contains moisture, such as a plant; to dry out completely; to preserve by drying. The process of desiccating a thing is called desiccation; an agent used to bring about desiccation is called a desiccant or a desiccator. Manufacturers of dietary supplements and medicines desiccate some pro...
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desiccate

lacking vitality or spirit; lifeless
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desiccate

To dry out.
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desiccate

To lose or cause to lose moisture. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Desiccate

to make dry; to remove all moisture.
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DESICCATE

to make dry; to remove all moisture.
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desiccate

Type: Term Pronunciation: des′i-kāt Definitions: 1. To dry thoroughly; to render free from moisture. Synonyms: exsiccate
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