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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrierdri‧er /ˈdraɪə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  x-refanother spelling of dryer
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drierThe light would feel thinner and drier.Humidity should decrease, too, as drier air moves into the Southwest, the National Weather Service said.Our complexion clears up as skin becomes drier.After we reach 3O, our skin becomes drier and thinner, and retains less moisture.Or understand how to get one of those hand driers to actually dry between your fingers.Special silencers on the drier and 90 elbows reflect the noise for houses only 200m away.Even the washing machine and tumble drier have long been overtaken by advances in white goods technology.The air was drier and dustier and gathered itself into small gusts.
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