Drought and Lack

Drought

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Drought noun – A falling short of an essential or desirable amount or number.
Usage example: there's been a drought of good movies this year

Lack is a synonym for drought in shortage topic. In some cases you can use "Lack" instead a noun "Drought", when it comes to topics like dryness.
Nearby Word: droughty
Synonyms for Drought

Lack

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Lack noun – A falling short of an essential or desirable amount or number.
Usage example: the lack of eligible candidates for the jury kept the trial from getting started

Drought is a synonym for lack in absence topic. You can use "Drought" instead a noun "Lack".
Nearby Words: lacking, lacked
Synonyms for Lack

How words are described

long long drought long lack
current current drought current lack
severe severe drought severe lack
massive massive drought massive lack
Other adjectives: extreme, serious, huge, bad, terrible, frequent.

Both words in one sentence

  • Kenya has had problems with drought recently, with some blaming mass deforestation of the Mau forest for the lack of moisture.
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