Synonyms for Dryness:

n.

colorlessness, insipidity, jejuneness, insipidness, vapidness, drabness, dreariness, vapidity, stodginess, asepticism, sterileness, flatness, lifelessness, excite, weariness, dullness, flavorlessness, blandness, sterility. Drugs, used. aridity (noun)
drought, Exsiccation, thirst, Parchedness, dehydration, lack of moisture, desiccation.
attribute (noun)
sobriety.
dryness (noun)
desert, aridity, drought, desiccation, xerotes, waterlessness.
dullness (noun)
insipidity, vapidity, sterileness, stodginess, jejuneness, vapidness, drabness, flatness.
severity (noun)
briskness, keenness, acuteness, crispness, preciseness, coolness, chilliness, discipline, bleakness, rigorousness, leanness, stringency, authoritarianism, frostiness, intensity, oppressiveness, severity, grimness, starkness, brusqueness, abruptness, meticulousness, causticity, austerity, bluntness, gruffness, sternness, harshness, sharpness, matter-of-factness, astringency, correctness, strictness, acerbity.
sobriety (noun)
control, abnegation, denial, soberness, sobriety, restraint, teetotalism, temperance, abstinence, moderation.
state (noun)
xerotes, waterlessness.
tastelessness (noun)
flavorlessness.
temperance (noun)
teetotalism, soberness.

Other synonyms:

lifelessness, flatness, flavorlessness, asepticism, blandness, colorlessness, sterileness, dullness, stodginess, dreariness, vapidness, drabness, vapidity. insipidity, jejuneness, insipidness. weariness. sterility. Other relevant words:
stodginess, vapidity, excite, flatness, waterlessness, drabness, Drugs, lack of moisture, sterility, jejuneness, dehydration, dreariness, colorlessness, Exsiccation, used, weariness, insipidness, insipidity, asepticism, aridity, lifelessness, xerotes, Parchedness, sterileness, dullness, thirst, flavorlessness, vapidness, blandness.

Usage examples for dryness

  1. " I guess if I married Mrs. Bilton I'd be more uncomfortable," remarked Mr. Twist with considerable dryness – Christopher and Columbus by Countess Elizabeth Von Arnim
  2. This paper receives, in succession, every sheet of the work to be printed, acquiring from them more or less of the ink, according to their dryness or the quantity upon them. – On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures by Charles Babbage
  3. When the luminous apparition disappeared, I became aware of a sense of dryness and, in fact, regained my waking faculties. – The Physiology of Taste by Brillat Savarin