Sere

Definition of Sere

a.1.Dry; withered. Same as Sear.
But with its sound it shook the sails
That were so thin and sere.
- Coleridge.
n.1.Claw; talon.

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adust, arid, atrophied, baked, bare, bone-dry, brittle, burnt, corky, deep-worn, dehydrated, desiccated, dog-eared, dried, dried-up, droughty, dry, emaciated, evaporated, exsiccated, moistureless, mummified, papery, parched, parchmenty, scorched, sear, seared, shelfworn, shopworn, shriveled, shrunken, sun-dried, sunbaked, thirsty, threadbare, timeworn, unwatered, wasted, waterless, weazened, well-worn, wilted, wind-dried, withered, wizened, worn, worn ragged, worn to rags, worn to threads, worn-down, wrinkled
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