Definition of droughty in English:

droughty

adjective

North American
  • 1Characterized by a drought or lack of rain.

    ‘a frosty spring and droughty summer combined to give Virginia its worst apple harvest in 20 years’
    1. 1.1 Having little or no moisture; dry or arid.
      ‘especially affected are trees growing on droughty soils’

Origin

Late 16th century: from drought + -y.

Pronunciation

droughty

/ˈdraʊti/