Meaning of desiccated in English:

desiccated

Pronunciation /ˈdɛsɪkeɪtɪd/

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adjective

  • 1Having had all moisture removed; dried out.

    ‘the withered, desiccated landscape’
    • ‘desiccated crops are vulnerable to diseases’
    1. 1.1(of food) dried in order to preserve it.
      • ‘desiccated coconut’
  • 2Lacking vitality or interest.

    ‘a desiccated history of ideas’
    • ‘desiccated representatives of the political establishment’
    dull, boring, lacking in vitality, spiritless, lifeless, soulless, wooden, dry, desiccated, flat, uninspired, unimpassioned, insipid, lacklustre, colourless, anaemic, bloodless, vapid
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