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designating clothing or a fabric that will dry relatively free of creases if hung up when wet
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Of a fabric, shedding water or moisture rapidly without squeezing, spinning, or wringing.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Later on, I spotted that swimmer drip-drying
in the stands.
I just can't stand the thought of him drip-drying
and it puts me off oral sex.
The key elements of the ideal washing and drying space include a 36-inch-high counter or table for convenient folding; a utility sink for items that need to be washed by hand; a rack, bar, or clothesline for drip-drying
; water-resistant, easy-to-clean surfaces; ample storage for soaps and softeners; and adequate task lighting.