High and dry

Definition of High and dry

out of water; out of reach of the current or tide; - said of a vessel, aground or beached.

See also: High

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Saharan, above water, aground, anchored, anhydrous, arid, at anchor, athirst, bone-dry, castaway, caught, chained, desert, droughty, dry, dry as dust, dusty, fast, fastened, fixed, foundered, grounded, held, impacted, in harbor, in safety, in the clear, inextricable, jammed, juiceless, like parchment, marooned, moored, on, on the rocks, out of danger, packed, past danger, sandy, sapless, set fast, shipwrecked, stranded, stuck, stuck fast, swamped, terra firma, tethered, thirsting, thirsty, tied, transfixed, undamped, under cover, unwatered, waterless, wedged, wrecked
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