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• WITHERED (adjective) The adjective WITHERED has 2 senses: 1. lean and wrinkled by shrinkage as from age or illness. 2. (used especially of vegetation) having lost all moisture. Familiarity information: WITHERED used as an adjective is rare.Is withered an adjective?
jump to other results. 1. (of plants) dried up and dead synonym shriveled withered leaves. 2. (of people) looking old because they are thin and weak and have very dry skin. 3. (of parts of the body) thin and weak and not fully developed because of disease withered limbs. See withered in the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary.What is a synonym for withered?
Synonyms for wither. See more synonyms for on Thesaurus.com Wither, shrivel imply a shrinking, wilting, and wrinkling. Wither (of plants and flowers) is to dry up, shrink, wilt, fade, whether as a natural process or as the result of exposure to excessive heat or drought: Plants withered in the hot sun.What does the word wither mean?
1 : to become dry and sapless especially : to shrivel from or as if from loss of bodily moisture. 2 : to lose vitality, force, or freshness public support for the bill is withering. transitive verb. 1 : to cause to wither.