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Definition of the adjective air-dried
What does air-dried mean as an attribute of a noun?
- made dry by contact with unheated air
- similar: dry
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by Katherine Dunster
air-dried lumber Lumber or other wood products that have been dried either by exposure to natural atmospheric conditions ...
by Simon Tolson
Air-dried timber Timber which has been dried using the traditional method of seasoning whereby the timber is stacked in the open air using battens or stickers, allowing natural air movement to remove the moisture. □ See Kiln-dried timber and ...
Technical Dictionary (2013)
Four Languages by Eduard Webber
Air-dried (adj.) Air-dried brick (s.); Unburnt brick (s.); Clay-brick (s.) Ansine (s.); Hot-air-engine S, Air-escape (s.) Air-gun (s.) Air-gaps ( s.) ...
by John E. Traister
air-dried: Lumber seasoned by drying in the air as opposed to kiln-dried. air duct: A duct ...
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by A. Whelan
Sheets are produced which, after being air-dried for several days, are pressed into thicker sheets. The product has ...
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Natural air-dried thistle
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