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The answer DRIED has 102 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of dried in various dictionaries:
verb - remove the moisture from and make dry
verb - become dry or drier
adj - not still wet
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Like trail mix fruit|
|Put through the wringer|
|Hung on a line, maybe|
|Hung on the clothesline|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Past tense and past participle of dry.|
|not still wet|
|preserved by removing natural moisture|
|past simple and past participle of dry|
|Dried food or plants have had all their liquid removed, especially in order to stop them from decaying:|
|Dried might refer to|
Drying is a mass transfer process consisting of the removal of water or another solvent by evaporation from a solid, semi-solid or liquid. This process is often used as a final production step before selling or packaging products. To be considered "dried", the final product must be solid, in the form of a continuous sheet (e.g., paper), long pieces (e.g., wood), particles (e.g., cereal grains or corn flakes) or powder (e.g., sand, salt, washing powder, milk powder). A source of heat and an agent to remove the vapor produced by the process are often involved. In bioproducts like food, grains, and pharmaceuticals like vaccines, the solvent to be removed is almost invariably water. Desiccation may be synonymous with drying or considered an extreme form of drying.|
* In the most common case, a gas stream, e.g., air, applies the heat by convection and carries away the vapor as humidity. Other possibilities are vacuum drying, where heat is supplied by conduction or radiation (or microwaves),