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air mass a body of air that covers a wide area and has little horizontal variation in temperature, pressure, or moisture.
antistatic minimizing buildup of static electricity by retaining moisture.
bedew to cover with drops of dew or other moisture.
blear dim with tears or other moisture; bleared; bleary. [1/2 definitions]
blot to soak up (moisture) with something absorbent, or to soak up moisture from (something). [1/8 definitions]
calcine to heat or become heated so as to oxidize, remove moisture, or reduce to a loose, ashy state, but not so as to melt; reduce to calx.
coaster a disk or small dish for placing under a glass to keep moisture off a table. [1/4 definitions]
compress a soft pad of gauze or cloth, used to supply moisture, heat, or medication to relieve pain or treat infection. [1/3 definitions]
contrail a visible trail of moisture condensed into water drops or ice crystals, formed in the wake of a high-flying plane or rocket; vapor trail.
damp moisture in the air or on a surface. [1/8 definitions]
damp-dry to dry (laundry) partially so that some moisture is retained.
defog to remove the condensed moisture or fog from (a mirror, windshield, or the like).
dehumidify to reduce the level of atmospheric moisture in.
deliquesce to dissolve gradually and change into a liquid by absorbing moisture from the air. [1/3 definitions]
desiccate to eliminate the moisture in; dry up. [3 definitions]
dried having had all the water or moisture removed. [1/2 definitions]
dry free from wetness, dampness, or moisture. [3/14 definitions]
dryer a machine used for removing the moisture from something.
dry farming a kind of farming practiced in arid regions without irrigation by growing drought-resistant crops or covering them with mulch or other substances to prevent the soil's moisture from evaporating.
evaporate to release moisture. [2/5 definitions]
evapotranspiration the transfer of moisture from the soil to the atmosphere through the dual processes of evaporation and plant transpiration. [2 definitions]