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dry wash

[′drī ‚wäsh]
(geology)
A wash, arroyo, or coulee whose bed lacks water.
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On the trail: This trip follows a loop, a ragged circle much of which follows a dry wash.
I've five sets of Dry Wash Express Dry Waterless Shampoo (PS18.
I risked a quick look from my Toyota pickup, felt my heart jump as I sized up the buck's very high horns, and continued driving out of sight into a dry wash half a mile from the goats.
Near the sand hills of Nebraska a cottonwood, in the Texas panhandle a Rocky Mountain juniper, a Saguaro cactus in a dry wash in northwestern New Mexico, and a Siberian elm growing where no other trees are in sight in western Kansas.
These companies include; No Wet, Eco Touch, Eco Car Care, H2O Conserv, Dry Wash, and Freedom Waterless Car Wash to name a few.
patent for a sprayable dry wash and wax composition for simultaneously washing and waxing non-porous surfaces.
Just after a dry wash, turn right on a dusty horse trail that climbs up a side canyon.
Our hike followed a dry wash for about a half-mile before it cut through red sand dunes.
Basic techniques are described in detail: a flat wash, graded wash, dry wash, wet-in-wet wash.
The narrative starts with Officer Bernadette Manuelito discovering a dead body in a pickup truck blocking the path "up the bottom of the dry wash.
The dining hall and locker rooms are past a dry wash and up a cactus-lined path.