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  • 101arid — adj 1. parched, extremely dry, thirsty, moistureless, waterless, Chem. anhydrous; droughty, without rain, torrid, burning; baked, roasted, toasted, burnt; scorched, singed, charred, blistered; dried up, withered, sere, shriveled, shrunken;… …

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  • 102desert — I n 1. barrens, Sahara, dust bowl; wasteland, waste, wilderness, wild, no man s land; moor, heath, tundra, veldt, steppe, savanna, plain. adj 2. desolate, barren, bare, devoid, empty, destitute, poor, deficient; uncultivable, uncultivatable,… …

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  • 103hungry — adj 1. starving, famishing, craving, esurient, appetitive; hungering, ravening, ravenous, sharp set; famished, starved, peckish; half starved, half famished, hungry as a bear, growling. 2. desirous, wishful, wistful, longing, yearning, pining;… …

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  • 104nonproductive — adj 1. sterile, unfruitful, unfertile, unfecund, unprolific, barren, unproductive, Bot. acarpous. 2. ineffective, ineffectual, of no effect; futile, vain, pointless, otiose, unavailing, bootless, of no avail; useless, of no use, worthless,… …

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  • 105stark — adj 1. sheer, utter, downright, absolute, unqualified, unmitigated, arrant, thorough, pure, perfect; complete, entire, out and out, outright, total, veritable, unconditional; rank, gross, glaring, flagrant, conspicuous; clear, evident, patent,… …

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  • 106waste — v 1. squander, fritter away, fool away, dissipate, lose, misuse, misspend; expend, consume, use up, drain, exhaust, deplete; throw away, burn up, run through, go through, Sl. blow; disperse, scatter, spill, muddle away; splurge, lavish, play the… …

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  • 107barren — [adj1] unable to support growth arid, depleted, desert, desolate, dry, effete, empty, fallow, fruitless, impotent, impoverished, infecund, infertile, parched, sterile, unbearing, uncultivable, unfertile, unfruitful, unproductive, waste; concepts… …

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  • 108infertile — [adj] not bearing fruit, young barren, depleted, drained, effete, exhausted, impotent, impoverished, infecund, nonproductive, sterile, unbearing, unfertile, unfruitful, unproductive; concepts 406,560 Ant. fertile, fruitful, potent, productive …

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  • 109poor — [adj1] lacking sufficient money bad off*, bankrupt, beggared, beggarly, behind eight ball*, broke*, destitute, dirt poor*, down andout*, empty handed*, flat*, flat broke*, fortuneless, hard up*, impecunious, impoverished, indigent, in need,… …

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  • 110fecundity — noun 1. the intellectual productivity of a creative imagination (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑fruitfulness • Derivationally related forms: ↑fecund • Hypernyms: ↑creativity, ↑creativeness, ↑ …

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  • 111fertility — noun 1. the ratio of live births in an area to the population of that area; expressed per 1000 population per year • Syn: ↑birthrate, ↑birth rate, ↑fertility rate, ↑natality • Hypernyms: ↑rate 2. the state of being fertile; capable of producing… …

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  • 112sterilised — adjective made infertile • Syn: ↑sterilized • Similar to: ↑sterile, ↑unfertile, ↑infertile …

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  • 113sterilized — adjective made infertile • Syn: ↑sterilised • Similar to: ↑sterile, ↑unfertile, ↑infertile …

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  • 114unfertilised — adjective not having been fertilized an unfertilized egg • Syn: ↑unfertilized, ↑unimpregnated • Similar to: ↑sterile, ↑unfertile, ↑infertile * * * unferˈtilized ( …

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  • 115unimpregnated — adjective not having been fertilized an unfertilized egg • Syn: ↑unfertilized, ↑unfertilised • Similar to: ↑sterile, ↑unfertile, ↑infertile …

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  • 116burnout — I. ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun ( s) Etymology: burn out 1. : a fire that consumes all the flammable contents (as of a building); broadly : a large and destructive fire 2. : a breakdown of an electrical circuit caused by fusion or combusti …

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