dry tongue


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dry tongue

[¦drī ¦təŋ]
(meteorology)
In synoptic meteorology, a pronounced protrusion of relatively dry air into a region of higher moisture content.
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With a dry tongue and a hopeless voice, he says "Doc, they didn't give me a the follow-up visit you recommended to check if these medications are working.
Dry tongue was the most frequently encountered oral condition, as reported by RNs (93%).
He has no idea how he will get this grit out of his eyes, how he will scrounge up words to make one more day, his dry tongue splintered insatiable, dust, dry tongue put to bed with no promises.
Terri Schiavo, aged 41, had been without food or water for almost seven days and was showing signs of dehydration - flaky skin, dry tongue and lips, and sunken eyes, according to lawyers and friends of the Schindlers.
Terri, 41, has been without food or water for almost seven days and was showing signs of dehydration ( flaky skin, dry tongue and lips, and sunken eyes, according to lawyers and friends of the Schindlers.