Definition of dryish in US English:

dryish

adjective

  • See dry

    • ‘The forecast is for a mainly dry night and dryish day tomorrow.’
    • ‘Until the development in the 20th century of filters that could eliminate yeast, most Rheingau wine was dry, and it is to this tradition of dry, or dryish, wine that the region is returning.’
    • ‘The forecasters are split between light rain and dryish gloom for tomorrow afternoon but come together again on the longer-term prospects.’
    • ‘Marjoram likes a dryish, well-drained soil - when grown in damp ones you'll notice that the bottom leaves and sometimes the whole plant will seem to melt away.’
    • ‘Generally, fondue is served with dryish bread cubes, skewered and then dipped into the cheese mixture.’

Pronunciation

dryish

/ˈdraɪɪʃ//ˈdrīiSH/