Synonyms and related words:
Saharan, absorbent, adsorbent, agog, anhydrous, anxious, ardent, arid, assimilative, athirst, avaricious, avid, bibulous, blotting, bone-dry, breathless, burning, chemisorptive, chemosorptive, consumed with desire, coveting, craving, dehydrated, desert, desirous, devoured by desire, digestive, droughty, dry, dry as dust, dusty, eager, endosmotic, exosmotic, fervid, greedy, hankering, high and dry, hungering, hungry, imbibitory, impatient, itching, juiceless, keen, like parchment, mad with lust, moistureless, osmotic, parched, prurient, ravenous, resorbent, sandy, sapless, sere, soaking, sorbent, spongeous, spongy, thirsting, undamped, unwatered, voracious, waterless, yearning|

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