Dry and Flat


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Dry adjective – Causing weariness, restlessness, or lack of interest.
Usage example: a very dry topic for a lecture at a museum of natural history

Flat is a synonym for dry in old topic. In some cases you can use "Flat" instead an adjective "Dry", when it comes to topics like unimaginative, excite.
Nearby Words: drying, dryer, dryish
Synonyms for Dry


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Flat adjective – Causing weariness, restlessness, or lack of interest.
Usage example: a flat portrayal of Benjamin Franklin in the new TV series

Dry is a synonym for flat in old topic. Sometimes you can use "Dry" instead an adjective "Flat", if it concerns topics such as dull, excite.
Nearby Words: flatter, flatly, flatness, flatlet, flatting
Synonyms for Flat

How words are described

little little dry little flat

Things that words describes

field dry field flat field
land dry land flat land
ground dry ground flat ground
tone dry tone flat tone
Other nouns: earth, world, hair, voice, rock, eyes, feet, areas.

Both words in one sentence

  • If one were to do outdoor scenes, the area's physical features are pretty similar to those of any central-to-southern California suburb: mostly flat and dry, frequently sunny, with the Bay to the northeast and only the Santa Cruz Mountains separating them from the Pacific Ocean.
  • And so on, and so on, dealing with a wide variety of disorders including strep throat, flat feet, and a dry scalp.
  • Film / Vantage Point The Mountains of Illinois: Only the air shots were filmed in the real Salamanca, which is located in a flat, dry plain.
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