desiccate

Wilting vs Desiccate - What's the difference?

wilting | desiccate |


As verbs the difference between wilting and desiccate

is that wilting is while desiccate is to dry.

Desiccate vs Drain - What's the difference?

desiccate | drain |


In lang=en terms the difference between desiccate and drain

is that desiccate is to preserve by drying while drain is to draw off by degrees; to cause to flow gradually out or off; hence, to exhaust.

As verbs the difference between desiccate and drain

is that desiccate is to dry while drain is to lose liquid.

As a noun drain is

a conduit allowing liquid to flow out of an otherwise contained volume.

Arid vs Desiccate - What's the difference?

arid | desiccate |


As an adjective arid

is very dry.

As a verb desiccate is

to dry.

Desiccate vs Dried - What's the difference?

desiccate | dried |


As verbs the difference between desiccate and dried

is that desiccate is to dry while dried is (dry).

As an adjective dried is

without water or moisture.

Desiccate vs Moribund - What's the difference?

desiccate | moribund |


As a verb desiccate

is to dry.

As an adjective moribund is

approaching death; about to die; dying; expiring.

As a noun moribund is

a person who is near to dying.

Dessicate vs Desiccate - What's the difference?

dessicate | desiccate |


As verbs the difference between dessicate and desiccate

is that dessicate is while desiccate is to dry.

Wikidiffcom vs Desiccate - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | desiccate |


As a verb desiccate is

to dry.

Inundate vs Desiccate - What's the difference?

inundate | desiccate |


As verbs the difference between inundate and desiccate

is that inundate is to cover with large amounts of water; to flood while desiccate is to dry.

Desiccate vs Hydrate - What's the difference?

desiccate | hydrate |


As a verb desiccate

is to dry.

As a noun hydrate is

.

Desiccate vs Siphonoff - What's the difference?

desiccate | siphonoff |

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