noun A person in favor of the prohibition of alcohol.
verb Become dry. (waiting for the paint to dry) Forget one's lines. (a colleague of mine once dried in the middle of a scene)
adjective Free from moisture or liquid; not wet or moist. (the jacket kept me warm and dry) Bare or lacking adornment. (the dry facts) (of a joke or sense of humor) subtle, expressed in a matter-of-fact way, and having the appearance of being unconscious or unintentional. (he delighted his friends with a dry, covert sense of humor) Prohibiting the sale or consumption of alcoholic drink. (Indiana stayed dry after the end of prohibition) (of an alcoholic drink) not sweet. (a dry, medium-bodied red wine)